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Return to zmo. After a year in extra league Olomouc, Krej signed with Boston

He signed a modest contract with the Bruins organization, in which he spent his entire NHL career to date. During five seasons, he earned a million dollars, and he lost two million in bonuses.

Just two minutes later, Boston announced a contract extension with Patrice Bergeron, the team captain’s contract will cost $2.5 million.

Klubov led me to relax. One long-time mover was hit, the other lost after a year in Europe. And that’s under the condition that they will definitely help the Bruins in the fight against the ruthless salary cap.

For interest: Krej earned seven million dollars in the last season he played for Boston. Bergeron was entitled to a similar pension.

There has been speculation since the spring about Krejho’s possible involvement in his bully. I was a hockey player who never kicked him out, but at the same time he didn’t even admit that he was calling for a transfer.

David’s decision could soon be made. We hope to drink it again among them. We want to ask him, Boston general manager Don Sweeney said about a month ago.

Last year in the extra league, Krej slun won, and in Olomouc he mastered all individual offensive statistics. Basically, he collected 46 points in 51 games and helped the team to the preliminary round of the playoffs, where the Hanci did not stop at Vtkovice.

The season peak of the experienced centre, however, came at the world championships, where he scored twelve points to help the team win the bronze medal and recalled the collaboration with David Pastrek, which he will soon renew again at the club level.

He reached the Stanley Cup with the Bruins once, in 2011 he was the club’s most productive game during the playoffs. In fifteen seasons in the NHL, he accumulated 730 points and played 962 duels, so he could finish the presser in the coming year.

In the Boston squad, Krej will meet compatriots David Pastrk, Jakub Zboil, Pavel Zacha, Tom Nosk or Jakub Lauk.

Even Zach got a contract in Boston

Pavel Zacha, the 13th-year player from New Jersey, signed a contract in Boston on Monday in exchange for the Finnish Tonka Erik Haula. Both parties thus dismissed the arbitrator, who was appointed on Thursday.

The 50-year-old forward has only played in the NHL so far in New Jersey, which selected him in 2015 as the first pick of the draft. In the past season, he scored 36 points (15+21) in 70 duels in the Devils jersey. In total, he has 386 saves and 179 points (69+110) in the NHL. He did not score in five playoff duels.

Zach’s contract ended last year for a total of 6.75 million dollars, in Boston Ron signed a contract for 3.5 million dollars. In the season, he will increase by 1.25 million dollars, but if he does not agree with Boston during the coming year on a new contract, then he will be free agency.

(TK)

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