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D A. Goligoski ARI $3,800 SALARY 9.5x VALUE 36.1 FP
W C. Wilson COL $3,700 SALARY 5.6x VALUE 20.8 FP
W G. Landeskog COL $6,800 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 21.3 FP
C N. MacKinnon COL $8,900 SALARY 5.3x VALUE 46.9 FP
G A. Raanta ARI $7,700 SALARY 5.0x VALUE 38.4 FP
D D. Pouliot VAN $3,600 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 23.7 FP
W M. Rantanen COL $7,400 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 26.1 FP
W B. Boeser VAN $6,400 SALARY 8.3x VALUE 53.3 FP
C E. Pettersson VAN $5,300 SALARY 10.4x VALUE 54.9 FP
      $53,600 TOTAL
SALARY
  321.5 TOTAL
FP
D A. Goligoski ARI $4,900 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 10.0 FP
RW C. Wilson COL $3,200 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 5.5 FP
C N. MacKinnon COL $8,100 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 12.5 FP
G A. Raanta ARI $8,200 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 9.6 FP
D D. Pouliot VAN $4,000 SALARY 1.6x VALUE 6.5 FP
D J. Slavin CAR $4,600 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 6.5 FP
RW B. Boeser VAN $4,800 SALARY 2.9x VALUE 14.0 FP
LW A. Kerfoot COL $3,700 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 5.5 FP
C E. Pettersson VAN $6,500 SALARY 2.2x VALUE 14.0 FP
      $48,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  84.1 TOTAL
FP
D A. Goligoski ARI $15 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 19.0 FP
LW M. Grabner ARI $13 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 14.0 FP
G J. Markstrom VAN $27 SALARY 0.2x VALUE 5.5 FP
C N. MacKinnon COL $34 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 24.0 FP
G A. Raanta ARI $31 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 24.0 FP
D D. Pouliot VAN $10 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 20.0 FP
LW N. Goldobin VAN $10 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 15.0 FP
RW B. Boeser VAN $22 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 31.0 FP
C E. Pettersson VAN $19 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 35.0 FP
      $181 TOTAL
SALARY
  187.5 TOTAL
FP

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Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

Sharks sign Evander Kane to massive seven-year deal

The San Jose Sharks have signed winger Evander Kane to a seven-year extension worth $49 million.

What It Means:

Kane will make $7 million a year under the deal, which includes a very limited no-trade clause. If the team wants to deal the 26-year-old they'll only have three teams to choose from. The no-trade goes throughout the contract, so this is a high-risk, high-reward move. The team will hope that Kane hits his stride in his prime, after performing well since landing in San Jose at the trade deadline.

Across his time with the Sharks and Buffalo Sabres, Kane produced 29 goals, 25 assists and 54 points with 307 shots in 1,527 minutes.

Source: NHL.com

T.J. Oshie scores a pair as Capitals force Game 7 in Eastern Conference Final

Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie scored 2 goals in Monday's 3-0 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.

What It Means:

Oshie opened the scoring with a powerplay goal late in the second period and then the 31-year-old added an empty-netter with less than a minute remaining in regulation. He finished the night with a plus-1 rating, 5 shots on goal, and 2 hits in 20:44 of ice time while helping the Capitals get within one win of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Oshie reeled in 34.1 FanDuel points in Game 6. He's now up to 7 goals and 15 points in 18 postseason contests.

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Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

Sharks sign Evander Kane to massive seven-year deal

The San Jose Sharks have signed winger Evander Kane to a seven-year extension worth $49 million.

What It Means:

Kane will make $7 million a year under the deal, which includes a very limited no-trade clause. If the team wants to deal the 26-year-old they'll only have three teams to choose from. The no-trade goes throughout the contract, so this is a high-risk, high-reward move. The team will hope that Kane hits his stride in his prime, after performing well since landing in San Jose at the trade deadline.

Across his time with the Sharks and Buffalo Sabres, Kane produced 29 goals, 25 assists and 54 points with 307 shots in 1,527 minutes.

Source: NHL.com

T.J. Oshie scores a pair as Capitals force Game 7 in Eastern Conference Final

Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie scored 2 goals in Monday's 3-0 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.

What It Means:

Oshie opened the scoring with a powerplay goal late in the second period and then the 31-year-old added an empty-netter with less than a minute remaining in regulation. He finished the night with a plus-1 rating, 5 shots on goal, and 2 hits in 20:44 of ice time while helping the Capitals get within one win of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Oshie reeled in 34.1 FanDuel points in Game 6. He's now up to 7 goals and 15 points in 18 postseason contests.

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Nikita Kucherov signs 8-year extension with Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning winger Nikita Kucherov has signed an 8-year extension with the Tampa Bay Lightning worth an annual average value of $9.5 million.

What It Means:

Kucherov is now locked in with the Lightning through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old former second-round pick has totaled 334 points through 365 NHL contests.

Kucherov averaged 17.7 FanDuel points per game last season while scoring 39 goals and 100 points in 80 games.

Kings, Drew Doughty agree to eight-year extension

The Los Angeles Kings and defenseman Drew Doughty have agreed to an eight-year contract extension.

What It Means:

The deal will reportedly pay Doughty around $11 million per season through the life of the deal, which will go until his age-37 season. He will play out the final year of his current deal before this one kicks in. Even more impressive is that Doughty reportedly negotiated his own deal, saving himself between $1.75 and 2 million in agent fees.

In 2017-18, Doughty played 2,201 minutes in 82 games while accounting for 10 goals, 50 assists and 205 shots.

Source: NHL.com

John Carlson, Capitals agree to 8-year extension

Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson has signed an 8-year contract extension.

What It Means:

Carlson's new deal is worth $64 million for an annual average of $8 million per season. The 28-year-old recorded a career-high 15 goals and 53 assists last season.

Carlson led all defensemen in scoring during both the regular season (68 points) and playoffs (20 points).

Sharks sign Evander Kane to massive seven-year deal

The San Jose Sharks have signed winger Evander Kane to a seven-year extension worth $49 million.

What It Means:

Kane will make $7 million a year under the deal, which includes a very limited no-trade clause. If the team wants to deal the 26-year-old they'll only have three teams to choose from. The no-trade goes throughout the contract, so this is a high-risk, high-reward move. The team will hope that Kane hits his stride in his prime, after performing well since landing in San Jose at the trade deadline.

Across his time with the Sharks and Buffalo Sabres, Kane produced 29 goals, 25 assists and 54 points with 307 shots in 1,527 minutes.

Source: NHL.com

T.J. Oshie scores a pair as Capitals force Game 7 in Eastern Conference Final

Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie scored 2 goals in Monday's 3-0 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.

What It Means:

Oshie opened the scoring with a powerplay goal late in the second period and then the 31-year-old added an empty-netter with less than a minute remaining in regulation. He finished the night with a plus-1 rating, 5 shots on goal, and 2 hits in 20:44 of ice time while helping the Capitals get within one win of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Oshie reeled in 34.1 FanDuel points in Game 6. He's now up to 7 goals and 15 points in 18 postseason contests.

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