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A $50 million contract has been proposed to bring Necas to Montreal


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Elias Edmonson
May 22, 2024  (0:02)
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As the name of Martin Necas is constantly linked to the Montreal Canadiens, a figure has just been mentioned.

A figure that has indeed been mentioned by the excellent Éric Bélanger on BPM Sports.
«He has immense potential. He fits perfectly into what the Canadiens want to build. I'm ready to give him $6.5 to $7 million per year.» - Éric Bélanger via BPM Sports

For seven seasons, we're talking about a $49 million contract, which makes perfect sense in my opinion.

Acquisition of Martin Necas and signing for $7 million per year in Montreal?

See the excerpt in question.
«Could Martin Necas be a target for the Canadiens, as he is a restricted free agent? Éric Bélanger really likes the Hurricanes forward!» - BPM Sports

Martin Lemay and Steve Bégin seem surprised, but $6.5 to $7 million per year is absolutely the price to pay for a young 25-year-old forward who has just scored 71 points and 53 points in the past two seasons.
Personally, I love Necas!
He is still very young, he has not yet shown all his potential, he is very talented, he is an extraordinary skater, and moreover, he can play center.
In the most recent playoffs, he scored 9 points in 11 games.
Knowing all this, for $6.5 to $7 million per year, would you sign the 6-foot-2 forward, Martin Necas?
We know that Kent Hughes is looking to acquire exactly this type of player, so it makes sense to see Necas' name linked to Montreal by journalists from all corners of the National Hockey League.
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A $50 million contract has been proposed to bring Necas to Montreal

Would you sign Martin Necas for $7 million per year for seven years?

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