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While Bergevin has made a few moves already this summer, his work is far from done. In fact, his most important task has yet to be completed: He needs to get Subban under contract.
As reported in the Toronto Sun, Subban has filed for salary arbitration. The pros and cons of him doing so can be seen here, per James O'Brien on Pro Hockey Talk.
The best thing about salary arbitration, as far as Habs fans are concerned, is that teams cannot submit offer sheets to the restricted free agent any longer. He will play for the Canadiens next season.
But this also means that he could be awarded a two-year contract, meaning that he would become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2016. Bergevin probably doesn't want that happening.
Arbitration takes place at the end of July and early August, meaning that the two sides have a couple weeks left to hammer out a deal.
Bergevin also has to get Lars Eller under contract. The young center is a restricted free agent.
The Montreal Canadiens have had a solid start to free agency, but they aren't done yet. Getting Subban and Eller under contract has to be next on Bergevin's list.
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