NHL: Hurricanes agree with Necas
The Carolina Hurricanes settled one of the only remaining issues on their table Tuesday, signing forward Martin Necas to a two-year contract.
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The agreement will bring in $6 million in total for the Czech, or $2.5 million in the first year and $3.5 million in the next, confirmed the organization which plays in Raleigh.
« Martin is a young and dynamic playmaker, » Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell said in a statement. He has a combination of speed and skill that belongs to the elite and he will continue to improve.”
Former first-round pick (12th overall) of the « Canes » in 2017, the 23-year-old athlete amassed at least 40 points in a second straight season in 2021-2022, he who stopped his counter at 40 points in 78 duels. It is still a slight regression, he who had blackened the score sheet 41 times in only 53 games the previous season. Before signing this new agreement, he was a restricted free agent.
Necas will have to redouble his efforts if he wants to get minutes of playing time in 2022-2023, he who will be part of a group of talented attackers including Andrei Svechnikov, Sebastian Aho, Max Pacioretty, Teuvo Teravainen, Jordan and others. Staal and former Montreal Canadiens Jesperi Kotkaniemi.