Nick Suzuki hopes to see Cole Caufield sign a long-term deal with the Canadian

Nick Suzuki hopes to see Cole Caufield sign a long-term deal with the Canadian

Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield participated in a charity event this Weekend to Montréal. Caufield will be leaving town for a few weeks after the Montreal Grand Prix, while Suzuki will spend the summer in 514. Or on the south bank, in 450…

Some journalists were present during the event and did not hesitate to ask some questions. hockey to the young duo from Montreal.

Suzuki and Caufield look to be playing very well alongside young Juraj Slafkovsky if he is the one Martin Lapointe and Nick Bobrov identify as the best player of the 2022 crop.

A first trio made up of young people aged 18, 21 and 23? this is where you TO KNOW that we are in reconstruction, hehe.

Well, Nick Suzuki had something more interesting to say last Saturday. #14 (and future team captain?) would like to see Cole Caufield hit it off with the Habs long-term. Remember that Suzuki signed an eight-year deal ($7.875 million maximum cap) with CH last October, just before Marc Bergevn was replaced by Jeff Gorton (and possibly Kent Hughes).

“There is no better place to play than Montreal. I hope Cole signs a long-term contract with us. – nick suzuki

The duo Suzuki Caufield does not want to be dismantled. Both kids they’ve had enough of the end of the campaign and hope to be paired up for several years. No, Caufield will never be sent back to Laval again!

First, it remains to find the perfect end to complete them. Ideally, this winger should be tall, strong and stocky… and know how to play hockey. For now, Josh Anderson ticks a few boxes, but he’s not the perfect winger to fill out Nos. 14 and 22. Juraj Slafkovsky? May be fine…

SecondCaufield will play the final year of his entry contract in 2022-23 ($832,500 NHL salary and $70,000 AHL salary, $92,500 signing bonus and potential $850,000 performance bonus).

The Canadian will have to decide over the next 12 months whether he wants to offer a bridging contract (two or three years) or a long-term contract (six, seven or eight years) to the small American attacker.

Suzuki hopes it will be a long-term contract. If so, will Caufield get more money than Suzuki?

To sign Caufield to multiple seasons, Kent Hughes and Jeff Gorton will have to find ways to free up dollars below the salary cap in order to extend Caufield’s contract. Very few big contracts will expire next summer with the Canadian.

A lot of

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