Calgary Flames’ Jonathan Huberdeau finishes final touches to an 8-year, $84 Million extension

Calgary Flames' Jonathan Huberdeau finishes final touches to an 8-year, $84 Million extension

The Calgary Flames Signed new forward acquisitions Jonathan Huberdeau On Thursday, the team announced a eight-year extension of their contract worth $84 Million.

Huberdeau released a statement saying that “I'm thrilled” to be a long-term member of the Calgary Flames team. Huberdeau stated, “I am excited for this new chapter” and that he is committed to the team. I will give my best on the ice, and I cannot wait to be in front of passionate Flames fans.”

Huberdeau was purchased by the Flames Florida Last month, a blockbuster package was sent that included a number of swag items Matthew Tkachuk To the Panthers.

Calgary lost its two most prolific scorers from this season when it was traded. Johnny GaudreauAs a free agent, he signed a seven year deal with Columbus. He was the Flames' top scorer with 115 points.

Huberdeau (29 years old) is Florida's career leading scorer in points, assists, and games. Huberdeau, 29, was the Florida's career leader in games, assists, and points. He finished tied for second in NHL scoring, with 115 points.

Brad Treliving, Flames general manager, stated that Jonathan will be extended long-term in Calgary. “He is an elite forward, and he makes everyone around him better. We are looking forward to Jonathan's contributions to the team's success and welcome him to our community.

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