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The Washington Capitals and winger Carl Hagelin concluded to a four-year understanding Sunday.
The understanding is value $11 million and his agreement depends $2.75 million opposite a income by a 2022-23 season, according to a Associated Press.
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“I consider I’ve finished a lot of good things in my career,” Hagelin said, according to NHL.com. “I’ve been means to make a playoffs each singular year. This was a year where we started in [Pittsburgh] and felt flattering good early on, and afterwards we got traded. They wanted to make a change, and L.A. wanted to make a change as well. we got there and got harm after 5 games, and all of a remarkable that group is out of a playoffs.”
Hagelin added: “I was advantageous to come to a good classification and a good group that was looking to win a Stanley Cup and was perplexing to go back-to-back. we was means to play 20 games here and felt good going into a playoffs. we suspicion a group was personification well, and afterwards we came into a playoffs. We were personification good though not good enough, obviously. We were one idea divided from going to a second round.”
Hagelin was a late-season further for a Capitals. He was acquired from a Los Angeles Kings in February. He was traded to a Kings from a Pittsburgh Penguins in November.
In 20 games for Washington, Hagelin available 11 points and scored 3 goals. He helped a group get to a playoffs, though a Capitals were suspended in a initial round.
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Hagelin won dual Stanley Cup pretension during his time with a Penguins.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.