Although he wanted to stay in the Calgary fire, forward Milan Lucic canceled his real estate clause to facilitate the work of general manager Brad Treliving for the Seattle Sea Monsters. Prepare for the team’s expansion draft.
Lusic is known for his outstanding performance and strength, but he has scored a total of 20 points in the last three games of the National Hockey League (NHL), which made him lose his offensive touch.
“Even if I want to stay in Calgary, I don’t want to wear handcuffs [Treliving] In view of the expanded draft, if he decides not to protect me, I agree to cancel the clause.
“I really like Calgary here. I don’t love anything except to spend my career here.”
According to reports, the 32-year-old driver also promised Treleving to do so as early as July 2019, until GM officially sent James Neal to Edmonton Oilers’ deal. To Calgary.
In 1,008 professional games with the Boston Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, Oilers and Flame, Lusic scored a total of 215 goals and 541 points. He was fined 1,168 minutes.
On July 21, the 32nd NHL team will have to select one player from each team-except for the Las Vegas Golden Cavaliers-a total of 14 forwards, 9 defenders and 3 goalkeepers .
Other clubs will have to protect seven forwards, three defenders and one goalkeeper, or eight players and one goalkeeper. Players who have a no-movement clause will be safe unless they agree to cancel the clause.