Russian hockey striker Artemy Panarin will be an unlimited free player in the NHL since July 1.
The twenty-two-year-old supervisor upgrades the current contract in the summer and does not want to negotiate a new contract with Columbus Blue Jackets. Born in Korkin did not rule out that he could stay in the "blue" boys, but first he wants to hear the offers of the competition clubs. The official NHL website was notified.
"I have no idea what I want to go. I just want to see what the market will offer in the summer, but I'm currently focusing on the competition season and I want to win the Stanley Cup with Columbus, said the most productive Blue Jackets player for the Columbus Dispatch.
Panarin, which reached 60 points in 51 matches of the current year (20 + 40), confirmed on Friday that it had ended cooperation with agent Dan Milstein and would be represented by Paul Theofanous. In his portfolio there is also a Russian goalkeeper Sergey Bobrovsky, who could leave Columbus.
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