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ARLINGTON, Va. – The Washington Capitals have re-signed center Mathieu Perreault to a two-year extension, vice president and general manager George McPhee announced today.
Perreault, 24, set career highs in goals (16), assists (14), points (30), games played (64) and plus/minus (+9) in 2011-12. He finished first on Washington in shooting percentage (26.7%) and tied for fourth on the team with four game-winning goals. His 30 points ranked 10th on the team while he finished tied for fifth in goals and tied for fourth in plus/minus. Perreault tallied his first career NHL hat trick on Jan. 24 vs. Boston and made his NHL playoff debut against the Bruins, appearing in four postseason games with the Capitals in 2012
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The Washington Capitals have re-signed restricted free agent Mathieu Perreault to a two-year contract worth $2.1 million.
The 24-year-old center set career highs with 16 goals and 14 assists last season. He also had his first career NHL hat trick and made his Capitals playoff debut.
Perreault was a sixth-round draft pick by Washington in 2006. He has 27 goals and 26 assists in...
Center Mathieu Perreault signed a two-year contract extension with the Washington Capitals worth $2.1 million, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Perrault, 24, earned a place on the Capitals' roster out of training camp last season and had 16 goals and 14 assists in 64 regular-season games this past season. However, he was not in uniform for most of the postseason. ...
The Washington Capitals announced they have re-signed restricted free agent center Mathieu Perreault to a two-year contract worth $2.1 million. This contract represents a big raise over his contract last season, a two-way deal worth $525,000 in the NHL and $75,000 in the AHL. The 5'10, 185-lb Quebec native scored 16 goals and 30 points in 64 games last season, his first full...
Per a team release, the Washington Capitals have re-signed center Jay Beagle to a three-year, $2.7 million contract. The deal will count $900,000 towards the salary cap for each of the next three years.
Beagle, 26, who was a restricted free agent, set career highs in goals (4), points (5) and games played (41) this past season. He broke out in the playoffs, where he won almost...
The Washington Capitals re-signed forward Jay Beagle to a three-year extension worth $2.7 million, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Beagle, 26, had four goals and one assist while playing in 41 games this past season.