Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 17 Days

Ehrhoff is not skating as part of the Penguins' top power-play unit during Thursday's game-day skate.

Ehrhoff may have to wait to show what he can do on the man advantage, but the team is still working out its kinks with new head coach Mike Johnston. For now, Kris Letang is serving as the point man, with Patric Hornqvist, Chris Kunitz, Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby rounding out the No. 1 unit.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 28 Days

Ehrhoff tallied an assist Saturday against the Blue Jackets.

The defenseman saw considerable time paired with Kris Letang, both at even strength and on the power play. Ehrhoff makes for a fine rebound candidate in fantasy leagues, especially those which use the plus-minus category.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 4 Months

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed defenseman Christian Ehrhoff to a one-year/$4 million contract.

Ehrhoff had been bought out by the Buffalo Sabres this past week with seven years left on his contract and will now be a puck moving defenseman on the Penguins. He had six goals and 33 points for the lowly Sabres last season. Look for Ehrhoff to see plenty of action on the power play next season.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 4 Months

The Buffalo Sabres didn't wrestle with the decision to buy out Christian Ehrhoff.

"The fact that he quite frankly doesn't want to be here makes it easy," GM Tim Murray said. "I've said at the start that if you don't want to be here we'll make it happen. He's made I believe $22 million in three years and feels that we're not going in the right direction, but he really hasn't had much part in the direction the team has gone. So time to move on." Ehrhoff said through his agent that he was "surprised" by the buyout. He had seven years remaining on a 10-year, $40 million contract. He can sign anywhere this week as an unrestricted free agent.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 6 Months

Christian Ehrhoff thinks he'll be back with the Sabres next season.

"I think if they want to move me, they can move me," he said. " ... We'll see. Obviously, it's not up to me and that remains to be seen." He was asked to submit a list of teams he'd accept a trade to prior to the deadline. Ehrhoff posted six goals and 33 points in 79 games. He also had a minus-27 rating and is signed through the 2020-21 season.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 7 Months

Christian Ehrhoff left Saturday's game against Boston with a mild concussion.

He won't be able to play in Sunday's regular season finale as a result. He had a minus-3 rating in 15:13 of ice time prior to his exit. Ehrhoff will end the year with six goals, 33 points and a minus-27 rating.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 7 Months

Christian Ehrhoff (ear) was able to play on Tuesday night.

He required about 40 stitches to repair his ear after it was struck by a puck in Sunday's loss to Philadelphia. He logged 24:44 of ice time, while posting three shots and a minus-1 rating in Buffalo's 4-2 defeat against Detroit.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 7 Months

Christian Ehrhoff will be a game-time decision on Tuesday after his ear was sliced by a puck during Sunday's game in Philadelphia.

He needed about 40 stitches to repair the damage, but coach Ted Nolan said that it didn't appear as though Ehrhoff suffered any other head injury from the shot.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 7 Months

Christian Ehrhoff had an assist in Buffalo's 4-1 loss on Saturday.

Ehrhoff snapped a six-game point drought. He now has six goals and 30 points in 65 games this season. He should roughly maintain his season-long points pace for the rest of 2013-14.

Christian Ehrhoff D PIT 8 Months

Christian Ehrhoff has provided the Buffalo Sabres with a list of eight teams he's not willing to be traded to.

Ehrhoff was asked by Buffalo to produce the list as his modified no-trade clause gives him the right to limit the number of teams the Sabres can negotiate with. The Sabres are willing to trade almost anyone on the team and Ehrhoff isn't reading too much into Buffalo's actions. "They obviously want to be prepared come trade deadline," he said. "We'll see where it will take us."