Report: Ducks, Terry $3.5M apart in arbitration
The Anaheim Ducks and forward Troy Terry have a $3.5-million gap to overcome in arbitration, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports.
Terry's camp reportedly filed at $8 million, while the Ducks came in at $4.5 million.
The 25-year-old winger finished the season tied for the team lead in goals (23) and second in points (61) over 70 games. He represented Anaheim at the All-Star Game for the second straight year.
Terry broke out offensively during the 2021-22 campaign with 37 goals and 67 points. He's coming off of a three-year contract signed in 2020 that carried a $1.45-million cap hit.
He has accrued 75 goals and 176 points in 274 games with the Ducks. Terry turned pro in 2018 after a productive three-year tenure at the University of Denver. Anaheim drafted him 148th overall in 2015.
The Ducks have $27 million in cap space, according to CapFriendly, and still have to sign restricted free agents Trevor Zegras and Jamie Drysdale.
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