The Colorado Avalanche kicked off their off-season activity by signing Logan O’Connor a two-year contract extension O’Connor had signed a two-year entry contract after leaving the University of Denver in 2018 With this contract expiring after the conclusion of the 2019-2020 season, O’Connor was set to become a restricted free agent with arbitration rights
This deal, which would be $ 700,000 two-way the first year with a guarantee of $ 200,000, then a full one-way trip of $ 750,000 in year two, is good for both parties and carries an AAV of $ 725,000 As someone who played 104 AHL games with the Colorado Eagles before showing his worth at the NHL level, it’s a nice reward for a hard-working player. O’Connor might have received a little more if he had filed for arbitration, but the result is safety for him and the Avalanche has profitable depth at his disposal.
Logan O’Connor’s contract terms are $ 700,000 / $ 200,000 in year one and $ 750,000 in year two, source told The Athletic #Avs
O’Connor played 16 games with the Avalanche in 2019-20 and five in his rookie season where he produced in two goals In the 2020 playoffs, O’Connor made five second-round games against Dallas Stars to replace injured Matt Calvert He played this physical and energetic role conscientiously and also managed an assist on a goal from Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.
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