The New York Islanders have taken care of their offseason business by signing their last remaining restricted free agent, Anthony Beauvillier, to a two-year contract.
The 22-year-old scored 18 goals and 28 points in 81 games last season. He’s laced up for the Isles in 218 games over three NHL seasons, and has tallied 48 goals and 88 points thus far.
Beauvillier was originally drafted 28th overall by the club back in 2015.
The contract is reportedly for $2.1-million annually, as reported by The Athletic’s Arthur Staple.
As first reported by @StapeAthletic, the #Isles sign 22 y/o LW RFA Anthony Beauvillier to 2 yr $2.1M Cap Hit Deal. Will be RFA after.— PuckPedia (@PuckPedia) August 28, 2019
-18G 28P in 81GP
-51.2% 5v5 GF
-50.8% Expected GF
-Scored 1.48 P/60
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