The 2021 regular season San Jose Sharks Tonight, general manager Doug Wilson began checking a few things from his to-do list, signing Alexander Barabanov’s one-year contract extension and this morning’s entry-level contract for both Santelli Hatacca and Adam Raska. Announced.
Shark acquired Barabanov from Toronto Maple Leafs In exchange for forward Antti Suomera at the closing date last month. The 26-year-old forward seems to have gained a foothold in eight games against San Jose with almost one point (3 goals, 4 assists) per game. His 27.3 shooting rate in less than 10 games (short season, two opponents, mostly home ice, etc.) only shows what Alexander Barabanov’s experience is and what it is. As an example (he raised only one), assisting more than 13 games in Toronto), he is one of the most encouraging aspects of the end of the season.
Barabanov signed a $ 925,000 one-year entry-level contract with Maple Leafs last April. His extension from 2021 to the 22nd season is worth $ 1 million, with a base salary of $ 900,000 and a contract of $ 100,000.
Defender Santelli Hatacca was drafted by sharks in the sixth round of 2019 (184th overall) NHL draft.. The 20-year-old won Bronze as the replacement captain of Team Finland in January, providing goals and assists in seven games. Hatacca spent his second season in 2021 with Ilves of Finland’s top men’s league, Riga. Ilves finished 8th in the regular season and entered the Wild Card Round to create the postseason. They lost to Lucco, the final cup winner in the quarterfinals. Hatacca scored 1 goal and 6 assists in the regular season of 44 games and was unscored in the postseason.
Another 2021 World Junior Alum and forward Adam Lasca started this season with a loan in their home Czech league, but eventually returned to QMJHL’s Limoux Schioceanic in 22 games. The 19-year-old scored 12 goals and 13 assists, ranking first in the team’s goals and third in points, in less games than his higher-ranked games. Lasca added three goals and three assists in eight playoff games before Rimouski was attacked by Bardor Forule in yesterday’s quarterfinals. Sharks drafted Lasca in the seventh round of the 2020 NHL Draft (201st overall).
According to CapFriendly, Hatacca’s deal has a $ 850,833 cap hit, including a $ 92,500 contract and a $ 82,500 performance bonus. Raska’s terms and conditions are not yet known.
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