Panthers sign Jonathan Huberdeau to 6-year, $35.4M extension

The Arizona Coyotes snagged another solid prospect in return for cap relief, taking the injured Dave Bolland and prospect Lawson Crouse from the Florida Panthers.

The Florida Panthers extended Jonathan Huberdeau Tuesday to a six-year, $35.4-million contract. The AAV is $5.9 million.

Huberdeau, 23, has one year remaining on his previous deal worth $3.25 million.

According to General Fanager, the Panthers have over $60 million committed to their roster for the 2017-18 season.

Huberdeau will carry a no-move clause that kicks in for the 2019-20 season.

The Panthers forward played his fourth full NHL season in 2015-16, scoring 20 goals and 59 points. He has 172 points in 272 career games.

September 6, 2016

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Jonathan Huberdeau
Left Wing
AGE: 26
LENGTH:
6 Years
CONTRACT TYPE:
Contract Extension
SALARY CAP HIT:
$5.9 million
TOTAL:
$35.4 million

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