Sergei Shirokov Signed By Canucks
I am told the deal is done. The Canucks have signed 23-year-old Sergei Shirokov to a two-year deal.
The contract is an entry-level deal and a two-way contract, meaning he can be called up to the Canucks or sent to their farm team (Manitoba Moose) without going through waivers. He will be paid $875,000 with bonuses each year.
Note: Under CBA rules, players at the age of 22-23 can only sign two-year entry-level contracts.
*Update* I have been told that an official announcement has not been made yet because there is a problem in Russia to send him over. But don't get me wrong, this deal is 100 percent done.
*8:00 Update* I have been on the phone with several people, and as I said before, the deal is 100 percent done, but the problem has something to do with a team in Russia that apparently signed Shirokov. I don't have much, but at least it's something. I am not sure how this affects the situation as of yet. I'm hoping this isn't another Evgeni Malkin situation. I will try to find out more, so stay tuned.
*11:00 Update* I am now told the problems were not as big as we thought, look for an official announcment soon...
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