Calgary Flames: The Flames have actually signed Jonathan Huberdeau to an eight-year agreement extension with an AAV of $10.5 million.
“We are excited to extend Jonathan long term in Calgary,” stated Flames basic supervisor Brad Treliving. “He is an elite player, one of the premier forwards in the league who makes players around him better. We look forward to welcoming Jonathan to our community and his contributions to our team’s success.”
Elliotte Friedman: Salary breakdown for Huberdeau.
2023-24: $3.5 million income and a $7 million finalizing bonus offer
2024-25: $3.5 million income and a $7 million finalizing bonus offer
2025-26: $3.5 million income and a $7 million finalizing bonus offer
2026-27: $1 million income and a $9.5 million finalizing bonus offer
2027-28: $1 million income and a $9.5 million finalizing bonus offer
2028-29: $3.5 million income and a $7 million finalizing bonus offer
2029-30: $1 million income and a $9.5 million finalizing bonus offer
2030-31: $5.5 million income and a $5 million finalizing bonus offer
Huberdeau has a complete no-movement provision. In the last 2 years of the agreement, he has a partial no-trade provision – a 12-team list.
Huberdeau is coming off publishing profession highs for helps and points (115) while connecting for a profession high in objectives (30) last season. As well, the @NHLFlames latest signee set up such an excellent variety of assistants in 2021-22 that he presently sits connected for 3rd on this wingers list https://t.co/a4M1mOpyob pic.twitter.com/LsmXD6SxcD
— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) August 5, 2022
To paraphrase Keynes, in the long run, we’re all fired. Age curve isn’t quite, term is a lot, and so on. and so on. however in the short-term a minimum of this man is as near a one-to-one Gaudreau replacement as one might most likely want to discover. pic.twitter.com/FvdCq1gshv
— JFresh (@JFreshHockey) August 5, 2022
And now signed for a huge 8×10.5m offer; yikes. https://t.co/h47OPXzlnM
— Micah Blake McCurdy (@IneffectiveMath) August 5, 2022