Picture of Vince Dunn. He has signed a four-year contract extension with the Seattle Kraken.
The Seattle Kraken have signed defenseman Vince Dunn to a four-year contract extension worth $29.4 million.

The Seattle Kraken have locked up defenseman Vince Dunn for the next four years after he signed a $29.4 million contract extension. That gives the Kraken a $7.35 million salary cap hit.

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

Dunn, 26, was drafted 56th overall by the St. Louis Blues in the 2nd round of the 2015 NHL entry draft. Currently over a career that spans 6 seasons, he has a total 201 points in 421 games played, and 18 playoffs points in 43 games played.

Dunn’s new contract features a full no-trade clause in the 2024-25 season and a 16 team no-trade clause in the 2025-26 and 2026-27 seasons.

What does the Vince Dunn contract mean for the Seattle Kraken?

You can view the Seattle Kraken salary cap with Dunn’s updated cap hit to see how the Dunn contract affects the Kraken projected cap space for 2023-24.

The Kraken currently have $943,424 available cap space for the coming season.

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Vince Dunn contract breakdown


What are NHL fans saying about the Seattle Kraken signing Vince Dunn?

Awesome news for Dunner! He deserves. So excited for the upcoming Kraken season!

WOW! I can’t believe the Seattle kraken signed him for that insane high AVV! Good for him though.

I guess the Dunn signing means Erik Karlsson will not be signing in Seattle.

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