In recent New Jersey Devils news, it has been announced that they have signed free agent goalie Keith Kinkaid to a one-year contract valued at $775,000. This contract will result in a $775K yearly salary cap hit for the Devils.
Was this a huge overpay for Kinkaid or is he worth every penny? I will let you decide in the comments below.
Kinkaid went undrafted and began his NHL career in 2012-13 with the New Jersey Devils. Throughout his 10-season career, he has played in 169 games.
Kinkaid’s new contract does not feature a no-trade clause or signing bonus.
What does the Keith Kinkaid contract mean for the New Jersey Devils?
To get an idea of how Keith Kinkaid’s contract impacts the New Jersey Devils’ projected cap space for the 2023-24 season, check out the updated salary cap information for the team.
The Devils currently have $1,919,167 available cap space for the coming season.
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Keith Kinkaid contract breakdown
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