The Boston Bruins and left-wing Jake DeBrusk have agreed to a two-year contract extension on Monday. The deal is worth $4 million annually. DeBrusk requested a trade in November and has been rumored to be traded before today’s trade deadline.
DeBrusk was a first-round pick (14th overall) in the 2015 NHL Draft and scored 27 goals in the 2018-19 season. Since then, DeBrusk’s production has dipped, and a contract extension could make it easier for the Bruins to move him.
The Edmonton, Alberta native has 15 goals and 11 assists this season for Boston.
The Pittsburgh Penguins take on the Colorado Avalanche tonight at 7 PM at PPG Paints Arena. The Penguins are currently 24-16-9, while the Avalanche currently sit at 27-18-3. The game will be available to watch on AT&T Sportsnet and AltitudeTV2. Forward Valeri Nichushkin and defenseman Bowen Byram will return for the Avalanche. Nichushkin missed the […]
It has been quite an inconsistent season for the New York Rangers this year. They looked like world beaters to start the season, then they lost a few games, then they won a few games, then they dropped a whole bunch of games and were even booed on home ice at Madison Square Garden. Fast […]
At this point of the season, the Montreal Canadiens currently have a 20-27-4 record and are at the bottom of the Atlantic Division. With their playoff hopes essentially being nonexistent, they are expected to be sellers at the 2023 Trade Deadline. As a result, players like Sean Monahan, Evgeni Dadonov, Joel Edmundson, Josh Anderson, Jonathan […]