Max Pacioretty Signs With Washington Capitals

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Max Pacioretty and the Washington Capitals have agreed to terms on a one-year contract worth $2 million annually and with the potential for $2 million in performance bonuses. Pacioretty has the opportunity to earn a total of $4 million for the 2023-24 season.

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Pacioretty, who most recently spent his 2022-23 season with the Carolina Hurricanes, although in rather unfortunate circumstances where he tore his Achilles twice. Pacioretty showed that he still has a lot left in the tank. Pacioretty would only suit up for five games, where he scored three goals before reinjuring his Achilles.

Pacioretty has spent 15 seasons in the National Hockey League between the Montreal Canadiens, Vegas Golden Knights, and the Carolina Hurricanes. Pacioretty now adds the Washington Capitals to his list of teams played for, and the hope is that Pacioretty stays healthy for the entire season.

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Conrad Jack is a lifelong hockey fan who is now actively writing for Inside The Rink covering primarily the Winnipeg Jets and the entire NHL second. He also covers the latest NHL News & Rumors, the NHL Entry Draft, and so much more for Inside The Rink.

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