Penguins sign Agozzino, Warsofsky

The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed forward Andrew Agozzino and defenseman David Warsofsky to two-year contracts.

Agozzino and Warsofsky both spent the 2018-19 season primarily with the AHL’s Colorado Eagles.

Agozzino, 28, led the Eagles in goals (26), assists (34), points (60) and plus/minus (+12) last season, his seventh pro campaign. He added three goals in four postseason contests — a hat trick in Game 2 of Colorado’s first-round series vs. Bakersfield — and appeared in his second career AHL All-Star Classic.

A native of Kleinburg, Ont., Agozzino also tallied one goal and one assist in 11 NHL games with the Colorado Avalanche last season.

Agozzino has skated in 467 career AHL games with Colorado, San Antonio, Chicago, Lake Erie and Peoria, registering 146 goals and 206 assists for 352 points.

In 21 career NHL contests, all with Colorado, Agozzino has notched one goal and four assists for five points.

Warsofsky returns to Pittsburgh for his third stint with the organization. The 29-year-old native of Marshfield, Mass., recorded five goals and 27 assists for 32 points in 51 games with the Eagles last season.

Warsofsky has appeared in 403 regular-season games in the AHL with Colorado, San Antonio, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Providence, recording 45 goals and 155 assists for 200 points along with a plus-26 rating. He has added six goals and 15 assists in 38 playoff games, and was an AHL All-Star in 2017.

A fourth-round choice by St. Louis in the 2008 NHL Draft, Warsofsky has two goals and nine assists in 55 career NHL outings.