Ducks sign Henrique to 5-year extension worth reported $29.125M
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The Anaheim Ducks signed forward Adam Henrique to a five-year contract extension on Monday, the team announced.

The deal carries an average value of $5.825 million per season for a total of $29.125 million, a source told The Athletic's Josh Cooper.

Henrique joined the Ducks following a trade in late November that saw Sami Vatanen dealt to the New Jersey Devils. With Monday's signing, the Devils will now receive the Ducks' 2019 third-round pick as part of the condition in the trade, according to CapFriendly.

In 81 games split between the Ducks and Devils, Henrique put up a combined 24 goals and 50 points, reaching the half-century mark for the third time in his seven-year career.

Ducks sign Henrique to 5-year extension worth reported $29.125M
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