Wednesday, September 21, 2016
'Very content' Artemi Panarin in contract talks with Blackhawks
He currently plays for the Russian team at the World Cup of Hockey, Artemi Panarin Jersey is not concerning himself with thoughts of signing a new contract with the Blackhawks.
That, Panarin, who is leaving to agent Tom Lynn said.
On Tuesday, Lynn confirmed it has had talks with Hawks general manager Stan Bowman on a contract extension for Calder Trophy winner reigning as the top rookie in the NHL.
Panarin is entering the second season of a two-year contract entry level leading to a base salary of $ 812,500. However, the striker also earned approximately $ 2.6 million in bonds to eliminate 30 goals along with 47 assists while playing in the same line with Patrick Kane. If Panarin is not signed before or during this season, it will become a restricted free agent.
After the victory of the Russian team 4-3 victory over Team North America on Monday night in Toronto, Panarin said he is leaving his agent to handle his contract situation.
"I came to play at the NHL level not by money and contracts," Panarin said through an interpreter. "My agent will do the rest."
Panarin Hawks Jersey signed as a free agent before the KHL last season and the native Korkino, Russia, natively in the lineup without problems. NHL window to re-sign players with multiyear contracts entering 2015-16 July 1 and told 24 years Monday he would like to stay with the Hawks for the long term.
"From now on, I like everything ... and I'm very happy," Panarin said.
Panarin said the experience of playing in the World Cup of Hockey will be a benefit for him as he enters his second NHL season with expectations of another strong campaign on the rise.
"This is a great experience to play with the best players in the world," he said. "I'll be well prepared."