Picture of Jamie Drysdale. He has signed a 3-year contract extension with the Ducks.
The latest NHL news for the Anaheim Ducks feature defenseman Jamie Drysdale signing a 3-year contract extension.

In recent Anaheim Ducks news, it has been announced that they have signed defenseman Jamie Drysdale to a three-year contract valued at $6.9 million. This contract will result in a $2.3 million yearly salary cap hit for the Ducks.

Was this a huge underpay for Drysdale or is he worth every penny? I will let you decide in the comments below.

At the 2020 NHL entry draft, the Anaheim Ducks selected Jamie Drysdale in the first round as the 6th overall pick. Throughout his 3-season career, he has played in 113 games and accumulated 40 points.

Drysdale’s new contract does not feature a signing bonus or performance bonus.

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What does the Jamie Drysdale contract mean for the Anaheim Ducks?

To get an idea of how Jamie Drysdale’s contract impacts the Anaheim Ducks’ projected cap space for the 2023-24 season, check out the updated salary cap information for the team.

The Ducks currently have $9,260,000 available cap space for the coming season.

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Jamie Drysdale contract breakdown


What are NHL fans saying about the Anaheim Ducks signing Jamie Drysdale?

Great signing by Anaheim. Got him on a sweet cheap deal.

I can’t believe Ducks management did not sign Drysdale to a long-term deal.

I think it is a fair deal. The kid still has a lot to prove. He has only played in 113 games in 3 seasons.

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