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|Last 10 Games|
|Eller Signs Four-Year Deal With Habs |
|(7/25/14) Lars Eller signed a four-year, $14 million deal with the Canadiens on Thursday, the Canadian Press reports.|
|Habs And Eller Headed For Arbitration |
|(7/24/14) Lars Eller and the Canadiens exchanged figures Wednesday ahead of Friday's arbitration hearing, the Montreal Gazette reports.|
|Habs' Eller Files For Arbitration |
|(7/5/14) Lars Eller has elected to file for salary arbitration, reports TSN.ca. The Canadiens had tendered him a qualifying offer on June 30.|
|Habs' Eller Ends Scoreless Skid |
|(5/28/14) Lars Eller chipped in with two assists in Tuesday's 7-4 win over the Rangers.|
|Eller Only Bright Light For Habs |
|(5/17/14) Lars Eller scored a short-handed goal and added an assist in Saturday's 7-2 loss to the Rangers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.|
Core Values: Canadiens bolstered by Carey Price, P.K. Subban
The Montreal Canadiens made it to the Eastern Conference Final last year, but the best may be yet to come with a core led by P.K. Subban and Carey Price.
Lars Eller, Canadiens avoid arbitration with four-year deal
The Montreal Canadiens and Lars Eller avoided a Friday arbitration hearing by agreeing to a four-year deal worth a reported $14 million.
Eller Signs Four-Year Deal With Habs
Eller signed a four-year, $14 million deal with the Canadiens on Thursday, the Canadian Press reports.The deal will pay Eller $3.5 million each of the next four seasons. Coming off of a relatively average 2013-14 season in which he scored 26 points (12 goals) and recorded a career-worst minus-15 rating, Eller will look to prove he's worthy of the new deal.
Habs And Eller Headed For Arbitration
Eller and the Canadiens exchanged figures Wednesday ahead of Friday's arbitration hearing, the Montreal Gazette reports.The Canadiens offered $1.65 million, a modest increase over the $1.5 million Eller earned last season. The player and his representatives countered with a request of $3.1 million.
|Lars Eller has been teasing the Canadiens for a few years now. After a productive year during the lockout-shortened season in 2012-13, Eller entered last season as a breakout candidate. When he scored five goals in the first five games, it looked like Eller was going to fulfill that promise, however, he scored just seven in the final 72 games and finished at minus-15. How did that regular season earn him a four-year contract in the off-season? It didn't - the Canadiens committed to Eller based on the promise he hinted at during the playoffs, when he scored 13 points in 17 games. Montreal hopes they're getting more consistency for their commitment and the two-way playoff performer shows up in the regular season. He'll line up as the third line center again. (Updated 8/13/14) |