Calgary Flames extend contract with Huberdeau – Calgary
The Calgary Flames have extended their contract with forward Jonathan Huberdeau. The eight-year contract comes with a price tag of $84 million.
In a press release on Thursday, team general manager Brad Treliving said, “We are delighted to extend Jonathan to Calgary for the long term. He is an elite player, one of the best strikers in the league who makes the players around him better.
Huberdeau, 29, reflected the feeling of staying with the Flames.
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“I am excited for this new chapter and I am committed to this team. I will give it my all on and off the ice and look forward to playing in front of the passionate Flames fans,” he said.
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Huberdeau tied for second most points in the NHL while playing in Florida last season with 30 goals and 85 assists, with a total of 613 points in his entire NHL career. the NHL.
The native of Saint-Jérôme, Que., had spent his entire 10-year career with the Panthers after being drafted third overall in 2011.
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