Vancouver Canucks & J.T Miller Agree to Seven-Year Extension

J.T Miller and the Vancouver Canucks agreed on a seven-year deal worth $56 million dollars. Miller's in line to become the highest paid Canuck beginning in 2023-24, carrying an $8 million annual cap hit. Miller recorded 99 points in 80 games last season.

The Canucks are looking to get over the hump and into the Western Conference's elite. Keeping your best players around is usually a good place to start. Miller is a versatile as they come and he's a gamer, battles hard and pulls the rest of the team into the fight. Great move by Canucks general manager Patrik Allvin to get this business out of the way before training camp opens in a few weeks.

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