NHL Free Agency 2012: Ryan Smyth and Players Likely to Stay with Current Teams

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NHL Free Agency 2012: Ryan Smyth and Players Likely to Stay with Current Teams
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Ryan Smyth should finish out his career with the Edmonton Oilers.

With the free agency period beginning just two days ago, teams have already shelled out millions for some respected veterans around the league.

Longtime New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur signed a two-year, $9 million deal to likely finish out his career with the Devils. 

Elsewhere, the Edmonton Oilers inked left-winger Ryan Smyth to a two-year, $4.5 million contract, also allowing Smyth to go out with the team he has spent 12 years with.

Just three days into free agency, let’s take a look at some other free agents who will likely re-sign with their current teams. 

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