Blue Jackets sign forward Jenner to two-year extension

The panel debates whether the Columbus Blue Jackets won the trade for Seth Jones, or the Nashville Predators acquiring Ryan Johansen.

The Columbus Blue Jackets did not make a move on trade deadline day, but the team did secure an important piece of its future by signing forward Boone Jenner to a contract extension late Monday afternoon.

Jenner signed a two-year extension worth $5.8 million that carries an average annual value of $2.9 million against the salary cap.

Jenner has scored 22 goals and totaled 35 points with a minus-seven rating in 63 games this season.

The Blue Jackets selected Jenner in the second round (37th overall) in the 2011 NHL Draft.

February 29, 2016

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Boone Jenner
Left Wing
AGE: 24
LENGTH:
2 Years
CONTRACT TYPE:
Contract Extension
SALARY CAP HIT:
$2.9 million
TOTAL:
$5.8 million

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