Roloson re-signs with Oilers for three years, $11 million

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EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Edmonton Oilers re-signed
goaltender Dwayne Roloson to an $11-million, three-year contract

The 36-year-old Roloson carried the Oilers through the first
three rounds of the playoffs before hurting his knee in Game 1 of
the Stanley Cup finals. Edmonton lost the series in seven games to
the Carolina Hurricanes.

Roloson, who became an unrestricted free agent Saturday, will be
paid $4 million next season, $4 million in 2007-08 and $3 million
in 2008-09.

After joining the Oilers from Minnesota near the trade deadline,
Roloson posted a regular-season record of 8-7-0 with one shutout
and 2.42 goals-against average. He posted a 12-5-0 mark in the
playoffs with one shutout and 2.33 GAA.

The Oilers also re-signed playoff hero Fernando Pisani to a four-year deal. Pisani will be receiving $10 million, according to Sportsnet of Canada.

A native of Edmonton, Pisani had career highs of 18 goals
and 37 points in the regular season. But he broke out in the playoffs, scoring a league-leading
14 goals -- including a postseason-best five game-winners -- and
finishing sixth with 18 points.

An eighth-round pick in 1996, Pisani has 42 goals and
38 assists in 191 career regular-season games.

The Associated Press and SportsTicker contributed to this report.