Found July 23, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Evander Kane
TEAMS: Winnipeg Jets
from Gary Lawless of the Winnipeg Free Press, Just 24 players in the NHL scored more goals than Evander Kane last season and the Winnipeg Jets have placed a premium value on his services, offering him a rich and long-term contract. Kane and his representatives are mulling over a six-year deal in the neighbourhood of $29 million as negotiations between the two sides have ramped up. It’s swap-proposal time in the Kane talks and unless someone digs in their heels, an agreement should be reached. Talks to this point have been productive with both sides proving to be creative and flexible in order to get an agreement that works for everyone. continued
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