The Boston Bruins announced Friday it has granted a contract extension of two years to the quebec defender Jérémy Lauzon.
The agreement will terminate at the end of the season 2021-2022 and will yield 850 000$ annually to Lauzon.
The player from Val-d’or, played in his first game this season with the Bruins last December 31. He has scored one goal in seven meetings since the start of the campaign.
Choice of the second round, 52nd overall, Bruins community 2015, the 22 year old has recorded two points in 23 career games in the national hockey League (NHL).
Before joining the professional ranks, Lauzon had played four seasons with the Huskies of Rouyn-Noranda, in the League of the Quebec major junior hockey.