Goalkeeper Kasimir Kaskisuo, 27, continues his career in the Nashville Predators organization. Nashville announced on Tuesday that it had signed a one-year two-way agreement with a Finnish watchdog.

When playing in the NHL, Kaskisuo earns $ 700,000, or about $ 596,000. At AHL, the salary is drastically lower, just under 64,000 euros.

There are now three Finnish guards in Nashville, as they also play between the poles Pekka Rinne and Juuse Saros. The agreement between the two is still in force next season.

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Kaskisuo has previously played for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He played his first and so far only NHL match in November 2019.

The Finnish goalkeeper played 27 AHL matches in the Toronto Marlies last season. His rebound percentage was 90.9 and the average number of goals conceded was 2.79. Kaskisuo blocked his team with 14 wins.

Kaskisuo and his family left an emotional farewell to Toronto on Tuesday.

– Toronto … Thank you. The last four years have been full of amazing moments like the birth of Fox (daughter), my NHL debut in Maple Leafs and the playoffs in the Toronto Marlies. We are grateful for all the teammates and friends we have met along the way, Kaskisuo and his family wrote on Twitter.

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In the AHL career, Kaskisuo has a balance of 95 matches and 46 wins. He has also played 34 ECHL matches.

The goalkeeper is bred by the Jokers. He left for North America in the 2013–2014 season.