Jason Robertson signs four-year, $31 million contract extension with Stars

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Jason Robertson isn’t leaving Dallas at any time quickly. He signed a four-year, $31 million agreement extension with the Stars, the group revealed on Thursday. The four-year agreement has a typical yearly worth of $7.75 million and will go through the 2025-26 season.

“Jason is an integral part of the present and future of our team and we’re thrilled to have him for the next four years,” Stars basic supervisor Jim Nill stated in a news release. “Since he was drafted by our organization, he has worked tirelessly to become a better player every day. His knack for scoring goals and seeing plays develop on the ice are just some of the tremendous assets that he brings to our team. He is one of the best young players in the NHL and we look forward to seeing him continue to progress.”

Robertson is coming off of a 2021-22 season in which he tallied 41 objectives and 38 helps, both career-highs. His 41 objectives led the Stars and were connected for 13th throughout the NHL. Robertson scored 13 of his objectives on the power-play, which likewise was a team-high.

The 23-year-old star likewise ended up being the 12th gamer in Stars history to score 40 objectives in a single season and the very first to accomplish the task because Tyler Seguin did it throughout the 2017-18 project. Robertson likewise was the youngest gamer in franchise history to have a 40-goal season as he did it at 22 years, 278 days old.

Robertson ended up being the fourth-fastest gamer in franchise history to reach 100 points in his NHL profession. Entering the 2022-23 season, he was 125 points (58 objectives and 67 helps) to his credit.

The star winger was initially picked with the No. 39 choice in the 2017 NHL Draft. Robertson taped 45 points (17 objectives and 28 helps) as a novice throughout the 2020-21 season and was chosen for the Calder Trophy as the league’s leading novice. 



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