The attacker Mikhail Grigorenko and the Blue Jackets of Columbus were finally able to conclude an agreement for the taste of the national hockey League (NHL), Tuesday, as the Russian player has agreed to a pact of a year.
This is what was stated by the site NHL.com.
On 20 April, the two parties had agreed, but the contract was ruled invalid by the NHL. At the time, the expert hockey of the channel TVA Sports Renaud Lavoie explained that the clause of 50.8 (d) of the collective agreement states that players who do not sign a contract to enter must wait at the opening of the free agent market before signing at the bottom of a covenant not including the current season.
The Jackets have been able to solve the problem in the beginning of the week, so that the former Quebec Remparts in the QMJHL, will be able to play within the circuit Bettman for the first time in 2016-2017. With the Colorado Avalanche and the Sabres of Buffalo, he has totaled 64 points in 217 career games.
Last season, Grigorenko has amassed 19 goals and 22 assists for 41 points in 47 meetings with CSKA Moscow, the League’s mainland.