The Bruins have signed one of their draft picks, Fabian Lysell to an entry level contract.
3 year ELC
$925,000 cap hit / $1,095,833 AAV
2021-22: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB
2022-23: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB + $212.5k PB
2023-24: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB + $300.0k PB
Boston drafted Lysell 21st overall this past July.https://t.co/C1YY4600EK
— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) August 9, 2021
The Swedish winger is pulling in an expected cap hit of $1,095,833 according to CapFriendly, with a $925k/80k NHL/minor league split for each of the next 3 seasons. This is a bit pricey for a young guy who racked up more penalty minutes than points last year — Curtis Lazar is only getting $800k, and Jeremy Swayman is pulling in $925k/70k on his 2-way contract. It may not be so much in practice. It seems unlikely that a guy who has played a whopping 26 SHL games is going to leap onto the NHL roster anytime soon.
The Bruins also signed AHL goaltender Callum Booth for a 1 year 2-way contract at $750k/70k. Welcome back, Callum.