Mattias Janmark signs new contract

Ink officially put to paper.

Michael W.

The Edmonton Oilers are now just one week removed from their heartbreaking Game 7 loss in the Stanley Cup Final to the Florida Panthers, missing out on their chance to capture their first title since 1990 and the nation of Canada's first Stanley Cup since 1993. 

Since then, there have been notable changes within the organization with the departure of general manager Ken Holland, while several new faces have been added. Arriving in town are forwards Viktor Arvidsson and Jeff Skinner, defensemen Connor Carrick and Josh Brown, and depth goaltender Colin Delia. Meanwhile, Warren Foegele has departed for the Los Angeles Kings. 

Additionally, they've re-signed veteran forward Corey Perry to a one-year contract, and have now taken care of another one of their free agents from the run to the Cup Final. Forward Mattias Janmark has agreed to a three-year contract extension with an AAV of $1.45 million: 

Janmark joined the Oilers from the Vegas Golden Knights last offseason, and played in 71 regular season games, scoring four goals. He would equal that goal total in the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs, including a pair of tallies in the Cup Final against the Florida Panthers. 

In 173 career games, Janmark has scored 45 goals with 52 assists.

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