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In Udmurtia, the Golden Puck - 1920 competitions ended, 08/06/2022


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MOSCOW, 6 Aug – An independent arbitration has awarded Russian forward Yakov Trenin a two-year, $3.4 million contract with the Nashville Predators, according to the National Hockey League (NHL) website.
The meeting regarding the salary offered to him was held on Tuesday. Trenin was the first to arbitrate out of 24 restricted free agents.
Trenin became the first player since October 2020 to receive a contract through arbitration. Then a new agreement with the “Detroit Red Wings” signed Canadian Tyler Bertuzzi.
Last season, Trenin played 80 games in the NHL regular season, in which he scored 24 (17+7) points. The Russian set a personal record for goals, assists and scoring points in a season in the league.
Trenin was selected by Nashville in the second round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. He moved overseas in 2014, but did not make his NHL regular debut until October 2019. In September 2020, he signed a new two-year contract with the Predators.


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