The Minnesota Wild ended a stalemate between the team and the Calder Trophy winner just two days before the beginning of training camp.
Kaprizov, 24, topped the Wild and all NHL rookies with 27 goals in 55 games last season. Kaprizov also had 24 assists and led all Wild forward in average time on ice per game (18:18)
With the Kaprizov signing, this should make things interesting for Elias Pettersson and the Vancouver Canucks. Pettersson could be looking for a similar contract and the Canucks also have Quinn Hughes to get signed with limited salary cap space.