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BREAKING: Perry To Recieve Majority of Past Contract With Blackhawks


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Dawson McKenzie
March 16, 2024  (10:19)
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Corey Perry skating off the ice during a game with the Chicago Blackhawks.
Photo credit: The Score

In breaking news, it has just been revealed that Corey Perry will receive the majority of his past contract with the Chicago Blackhawks after his termination earlier this year.

Perry to Recieve 3 Out of 4 Million Dollars From Chicago Contract

After the Chicago Blackhawks terminated Corey Perry earlier this year, then he proceeded to be given the opportunity to play for the Oilers after being okayed by the NHL to return to play, the biggest question was whether Perry would file a grievance against the Blackhawks for their decision.
With threats that Perry would file a grievance, the Blackhawks have agreed to pay Perry 3 out of the 4 million dollars of his contract, a hefty punishment for terminating him earlier this year.
Our understanding of Perry termination/grievance resolution is #Blackhawks were assessed $1.99M Cap Charge for period after termination.

On top of the $1.02M cap charge while with team, CHI total cap charge will be $3.01M of Perry's original $4M contract

Without the details, it is hard to pass judgment on the Blackhawks for their actions, and it is likely that we will never know the full details of why they terminated Perry. However, this is a pretty severe punishment for the team, as they are paying him out a vast majority of his contract.
This saga is likely now behind both Perry and the Blackhawks.
As seen on Blade of Steel - "Chicago Blackhawks given severe penalty as a result of Corey Perry's contract termination"
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