NHL News: The Montreal Canadiens Extend Nick Suzuki For Eight Years

Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens have actually extended forward Nick Suzuki for 8 years and $63 million, a $7.875 million wage cap hit.

Eric Engels: Suzuki stated that Canadiens approached him about a month earlier and included: “We wanted to get it done before the season started… We cut it pretty close.”

Puck Pedia: Contract breakdown for Suzuki.

2022-23: $6 million wage and a $4
2023-24: $10 million wage
2024-25: $10 million wage
2025-26: $8.75 million wage
2026-27: $6.25 million wage
2027-28: $6 million wage
2028-29: $3 million wage and a $3 million finalizing bonus offer
2029-30: $3 million wage and a $3 million finalizing bonus offer

Dan Rosen: “Big contract for Nick Suzuki, an up and coming talent no doubt. This deal could wind up as a bargain for the Habs on the back half of it.”

Thomas Drance: Two ideas on the Suzuki extension.

“A) This is why you go long. Deal will be an outright take on the back-end.

B) Never waste an unsustainably fortunate season or playoff go to secure a young gamer while they believe the great times are here to remain.”

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