William Nylander breaks the bank in Toronto.
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William Nylander breaks the bank in Toronto.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have officially signed William Nylander, here are all the details.

Jonathan Larivee

The Toronto Maple Leafs have done it.

After much speculation over the weekend, the Maple Leafs officially announced on Monday that they had come to terms on a new deal with 27 year old Swedish forward William Nylander.

As was reported over the weekend, the new deal will come in at a whopping $92 million over the full length of the deal, which works out to an average annual value of $11.5 million per season over the max term of 8 years.

Nylander came into the season without a contract and made it near-impossible for the Maple Leafs to let him walk as a free agent, coming out of the gate on fire and on pace for a career season. Nylander has already accumulated 21 goals and 33 assists for a total of 54 points in 37 games this season and has been one of the top point producers in the entire National Hockey League this season.

Included in this new deal will be a full no move clause which will make moving Nylander's contract nearly impossible without approval from the player over the full length of this deal.

Nylander has also secured a significant portion of his new deal in signing bonus money, $69 million of the $82 million will be signing bonuses, which means his contract will be much more difficult to buyout in the future should that ever become necessary.