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Ducks sign Corey Perry to 8 year contract


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The Anaheim Ducks have signed Corey Perry to an eight-year contract extension worth a total of $69 million.

The deal, as reported by TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun, carries an average annual value of $8.625 million.

A lot of money, but it makes sense as Getzlaf also just signed an 8yr contract.

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A lot of money, but it makes sense as Getzlaf also just signed an 8yr contract.

Very cool! (You beat me to it!)

And not much more $ than what Getzlaf signed for - very team-friendly of Perry, IMO.

Great news for the Ducks.

And Emerson Etem finally scored his first (of many) NHL goal.

And the Ducks won their 12th straight at home.

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@AndyS I've seen Etem play a few game now, he looks like the real deal....very creative, tough and a great skater!

And I think he makes Bobby Ryan expendable this offseason. (I'd rather see Ryan stay in Anaheim, but would be happy to see him traded to the Flyers.)

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Selannes comments on signing Getzlaf and Perry : LOL

On possible distractions with the Getzlaf and Perry contract talks: “Everybody is happy it’s done, but it didn’t bother us at all. We were just focused on our game. But those two signings are huge commitments, and they’re a sign for the organization and the fans and the team that we want to win here. When you lock your players to long-term deals, that’s what gives the foundation for this franchise. That’s great news.

“If they can play eight more years, I can too. I’m in better shape than they are.”

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