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We finally know what Hughes has to offer to get his hands on John Klingberg

Published July 28, 2022 at 10:47
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Even though the free agent market has been open for more than two weeks in the National Hockey League, some big names are still available.

Among them, there is the excellent defenseman John Klingberg.

Many fans were asking us what the price would be to sign him in Montreal, considering the great need he would fill.

We now have the answer.


Klingberg, 29, had 47 points in 74 games in 2021-22. He is a solid offensive defenseman with mobility.

According to what reporter Renaud Lavoie reports, John Klingberg would ask for a seven-year contract that would pay him about $40 million. (a little less than 6 million per season)

"John Klingberg was looking for a seven-year contract that would have brought him around $40 million in total. Obviously a new strategy is needed." - Renaud Lavoie

This is what the informant reported, after announcing the separation between the Swedish defenseman and his agent Peter Wallen. (Since the negotiations were not progressing to Klingberg's liking)


It's a big decision for Klingberg and from this moment on, things can happen more quickly.

To be continued! Would you offer Klingberg seven years and $40 million?

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July 28   |   531 answers
We finally know what Hughes has to offer to get his hands on John Klingberg

Would you offer Klingberg seven years and $40 million to bring him to Montreal?

Yes21540.5 %
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