Official: Rangers sign Barclay Goodrow to a six year deal at $3.6 million and 15 team no trade

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Jun 25, 2021; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Barclay Goodrow (19) controls the puck during the third period against the New York Islanders in game seven of the Stanley Cup Semifinals at Amalie Arena. Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

The Rangers announced today the signing of Barclay Goodrow to a six year deal. At the time of the team’s press release no terms were disclosed.

Per the team’s release:

New York Rangers President and General Manager Chris Drury announced today that the team has agreed to terms with Barclay Goodrow on a six-year contract.

Rangers sign Goodrow to six year deal

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The press release goes on to state: Goodrow skated in 55 games with Tampa Bay this past season, registering six goals and 14 assists for 20 points, along with a plus-16 rating and 52 penalty minutes. He established a career-high in plus/minus rating in 2020-21, and he led the Lightning in plus/minus rating during the season. Goodrow also led Tampa Bay in hits (111) and ranked second on the team (min. 20 games played) in shot attempts percentage at 5-on-5 (55.6%) this past season. He registered all of his 20 points in 2020-21 at even strength. Goodrow also recorded six points (two goals, four assists) and a plus-four rating in 18 playoff games while helping the Lightning win the Stanley Cup.

Chris Drury said upon his acquisition that he was a player they targeted and wanted to get done. The 28 year old is 6-2 and weighs in at 203 lbs playing in 331 career games for the Sharks and the Lightning.

Goodrow has skated in 65 postseason games in his NHL career (including 43 over the past two seasons), and he has registered 14  points in those games.

Goodrow contract details

PuckPedia has the contract details as follows. 6 years at $3.6 million AAV and a 15 team no trade clause.

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