The one-year agreement is worth $6.1 million.
The Canadian has seven days to match the Hurricanes bid, otherwise the Carolina FC would relinquish the first- and third-round pick in the 2022 draft to Habs.
Hurricanes strategy is reminiscent of Mark Bergievin’s aggressive presentation to hurricane striker Sebastian Aho in the summer of 2019. Hurricanes may finally equalize The offer is valued at $8.454 million per year for 5 years.
Hurricanes general manager Don Waddell said Gisbury Kotkanyemi has accepted our offer and wants to come to Carolina. He wants to be part of the heart of the players we’ve gathered here. We are proud, but we still have to wait. This symptom means that we have seen a case of weakness. With the show, compensation and our players core, we believe this is the best chance to get the player.
Hurricanes also specified that the player signing bonus would be $20, noting this on Twitter
Don’t forget people. Sebastian Aho wears the number 20. Waddell’s words in the press release also mention words Bergevin gave two years ago, almost to word.
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