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Offbeat official: Grubauer finds new team

22:50  28 july  2021
22:50  28 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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The German ice hockey goalkeeper Philipp Grubauer continues his NHL career at the new Team Seattle Kraken.

Offiziell: Grubauer findet neues Team © Provided by sport1.de Official: Grubauer finds new Team

The German ice hockey goalkeeper Philipp Grubauer continues his NHL career at the new Team Seattle Kraken. As the newly founded franchise confirmed on Wednesday, the Rosenheimer within the North American Profiliga moves from the Colorado Avalanche to the Kraken.

There, Grubauer signs a contract for six years, which brings him a total of almost $ 30 million - on average there are 5.9 million dollars (5 million euros) per season.

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Seattle had only secured in the "Expansion Draft" 30 players last week. The krakes were allowed to choose a player from all NHL teams with the exception of Vegas Golden Knights.

Grubauer (29) completed his first games in the NHL in the 2012/2013 season.

At that time still in the jersey of Washington Capitals, with which he won the Stanley Cup in 2018. He then moved to Colorado. In the past playoffs, the Avalanche failed in the second round of Vegas - the best-of-seven series was lost despite a 2-0 lead with 2: 4.

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