Dupuis stays with Pens, signs two-year pact

Pascal Dupuis has reportedly signed a two-year contract extension to remain with the Pittsburgh Penguins, according to Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The deal is reported to be worth $3 million and will be announced Tuesday afternoon.

Dupuis came to the Penguins in a 2008 trade with Atlanta that also brought Marian Hossa to Pittsburgh. He has spent time on Sidney Crosby's line when Pittsburgh's captain has been healthy.

Dupuis is one of the Penguins' top penalty killers, but he's also scored 49 goals in 249 games in Pittsburgh. He has 35 goals in the past two seasons.