The Arizona Coyotes signed forward Clayton Keller to an eight-year contract extension.
The deal is worth a total of $57.2 million, which will see Keller carry a cap hit of $7.15 million through 2027-28, starting next year.
Here is the breakdown:
- 2020-21: $2.5MM salary + $3.0MM signing bonus
- 2021-22: $7.0MM salary
- 2022-23: $4.5MM salary + $3.0MM signing bonus
- 2023-24: $6.0MM salary
- 2024-25: $7.0MM salary + Full no-trade clause
- 2025-26: $7.0MM salary + Full no-trade clause
- 2026-27: $6.5MM salary + Full no-movement clause
- 2027-28: $6.7MM salary + Full no-movement clause
Keller, 21, led the Coyotes in scoring last season with 14 goals and 47 points. He is currently entering the final season of his entry-level contract.
With the deal, Keller becomes the fifth member of the team signed through at least 2024-25, joining Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Nick Schmaltz, Jakob Chychrun and Christian Dvorak.
The seventh overall pick in the 2016 NHL Draft, Keller had 23 goals and 65 points as a rookie in 2017-18.
He has 37 goals and 114 points in 167 games with the club.