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SportsReport: Golden Knights, Karlsson nearing 8-year deal

09:40  24 june  2019
09:40  24 june  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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According to several reports , the Las Vegas Golden Knights have reached a deal with star forward William Karlsson . Allegiant Stadium nearing 2020 completion, anticipation builds. Karlsson , who was scheduled to become a free agent, will reportedly sign an 8 - year deal with the Golden Knights

Report: Golden Knights, Karlsson nearing 8-year deal© Jeff Bottari / National Hockey League / Getty

Vegas Golden Knights forward William Karlsson is closing in on an eight-year contract with the club, multiple sources confirmed to The Athletic's Jesse Granger on Sunday.

The deal's average annual value will be "a shade under $6 million," according to TSN's Bob McKenzie.

Karlsson is a pending restricted free agent who's coming off a one-year, $5.25-million pact he inked with the Golden Knights last August.

He regressed this past season but still posted 24 goals and 56 points after exploding for 43 goals and 78 points in 2017-18.

The two-way center played in every game over the last two campaigns and has missed only two regular-season contests in the last four years.

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William Karlsson will sign an 8 - year deal worth .9 million AAV to remain a Golden Knight . For Karlsson , it has always appeared the most important thing to him is staying in Vegas. He probably could have made more money if he had signed a one-year or bridge deal , but that would have likely

Golden Knights Center William Karlsson speaks to media about 8 year contract.

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