27-Year-Old Left Wing – Montreal Canadiens
Chris Terry Contract Information:
Signed a one-year, two way contract with the Canadiens in July of 2016. Deal is worth $600,000 at the NHL level and $300,000 in the AHL.
The Canadiens assigned Terry to AHL St. Johns on Thursday, LNH.com's Arpon Basu reports.
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After four seasons with AHL Charlotte, the 26-year-old Terry enjoyed his first full season of active NHL duty last year, and although he was frequently a healthy scratch, he managed to put up a very respectable 20 points (11 goals, nine assists) in 57 games. Terry’s ice time was limited to an average of 12:43 jostling between multiple lines, but it did include 1:11 of power-play time, where he managed to post three goals and a helper. This season, Terry is likely to contend for a role as a wing on the second or third line, and should continue to be a good source of secondary scoring for the Canes. As such, he makes for a viable late-round fantasy pick in deeper formats.
Terry will be looking for a roster stop with the parent club in 2010-11. Thanks to 80 games of important minor-league experience last season, Terry has become a well-rounded two-way player. Expect this talented winger to finally get his first taste of the NHL, even if it's in a limited capacity.
The Hurricanes inked Terry to a three-year entry level contract worth $1.825 million, essentially green-lighting him for the next stage in his development. The scoring whiz’s next tour of duty should be with Albany of the AHL where he’ll try to have success comparable to his amazing stint with the OHL’S Playmouth Whalers in which he registered 94 points (39G, 55A) in 53 games