Richards Re-signs With Tampa

Lightning lock up Richards

Brad Richards is considered to be among the upper echelon of NHL players — now he’ll be paid like them, too.
The Tampa Bay Lightning signed their leading scorer to a five-year, $39-million US contract extension on Monday.
The 26-year-old native of Murray Harbour, P.E.I., made $3.4 million this season and could have taken the team to salary arbitration in the off-season.

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1 Response to Richards Re-signs With Tampa

  1. kd says:

    Damn, that’s got to be half of Tampa’s salary cap spent just on Lecavier, Richards and St. Louis.

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