Jonathan Huberdeau signs historic contract with the Flames

One of the unknowns this summer was the decision of one of the NHL’s superstars regarding his ultimate destiny. And much has been said about what will happen to it Huberdeaus future and whether the Florida Panther You could face a possible renewal. Finally, in July, Huberdeau decided to leave Florida and go to Calgary, initially for just a year. as is the following season he would become an unrestricted free agent.

But last Thursday everything changed as the Calgary Flames announced the 29-year-old Canadian forward’s contract extension for eight seasons and a total of $84 million. the most important commercial contract in the history of this franchise. Before that, Huberdeau was the most expensive contract for the Flames Sean Monah that was in the 44 million. Monahan’s contract expires this season.


Huberdeau earns an average of $10.5 million per season. and a full no-move clause is included in his contract. Born in St. Jerome, he was traded for the in July Florida Panther in exchange for Matthew Tkachuk, and with this historic contract extension, he promises to stay in Calgary until he’s 37 years old.

  • Huberdeau was a leader in Florida and promises to be in Calgary

Undoubtedly, the Flames have been protagonists in the team’s departures and signings this summer. Many rightly believed so with the output of Johnny Gaudreau The Canadian franchise was very lame in the offensive zone. Now with the addition of Canadian The Flames are once again one of the favorites in the Western Conference.

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The forward has amassed 613 points in 671 league games, almost averaging one point per game, incredible numbers for anyone. Undisputed leader in Florida,Hour will be the one that leads the Flames to success.

A few days before the announcement of this contract extension with the Flames, he warned that he had seen himself playing for the Canadian team for a long time: “We never really talked about it. But I’m open to staying in Calgary for a long time. We’ve already started talking about it. We’ll see what will happen. I’m definitely open.”