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"dallas" He extended the contract with Pavelsky

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Moscow, January 1 – The Dallas Stars have extended the contract with Olympic silver medalist Joe Pavelski, according to the official website of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The new agreement with the 38-year-old striker runs until the end of the 2023/24 season. The contract value is $3.5 million, plus $2 million in potential performance bonuses.
Pavelski joined Dallas in 2019, having previously played his entire NHL career with the San Jose Sharks, who selected him 250th overall in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. From season 2015/16 to season 2018/ 19, he was the captain of the Sharks. In total, he played 1206 games in the NHL, in which he scored 961 points (433 goals + 528 assists).

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This season, Pavelski is the team’s third leading scorer with 37 points (12 goals assisted by 25 goals) in 38 games. He finished the previous two regular seasons as the number one all-time leading scorer for the Stars. In the 2019/20 season, he became a Stanley Cup finalist with the team.
With Team USA, Pavelski won the silver medal at the 2010 Olympics. At the 2016 World Cup, he was the captain of the national team.

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