Per source, the Coyotes are working on a two-year deal with F Johan Larsson, who played last season with Buffalo and had 6 goals and 18 points.
— Craig Morgan (@CraigSMorgan) October 10, 2020
The Arizona unit plans to sign a two-year contract with Sweden. Last season, he excelled in 62 matches with six goals and 12 assists.
In the “Sabers” team, Larsons played in one shift with the Latvian Zemga Girgensons. Last season, the Girgenson-Larson-Octopus shift was the second most stable in the Sabers. In that series, they played a total of 404.7 minutes and, given the playing time, was the 15th most stable change in the entire NHL.
Larson has represented the Sabers in the NHL and has had one fight with Minnesota’s Wild. In eight seasons we attack 393 regular championship games, in which he has accumulated 97 (28 + 59) performance points. The 28-year-old hockey player did not take part in the playoffs.
The attacker’s usual exchange partners have already guaranteed contracts for next season. Girgenson will receive two million dollars and Kail Okposo six million dollars.