The Petersen extension will begin in the 2022-23 season. He will play the next season under a three-year $ 2,575,000 contract signed in July 2019.
Petersen played 9-18-5 last season for the struggling Kings, but set a career best for ERA (2.89) and ERA (.911). He played in 35 team-leading games and took on the role of number one goalkeeper in his absence. Jonathan Quick Because of an injury.
26-year-old Petersen, a Notre Dame product from Iowa who signed to the club as an unlimited free agent four years ago, also retreated the US team to a bronze medal at the IIHF World Championship this summer. He is 19-25-6, GAA 2.79, save rate .916, 54 NHL appearances and 1 shutout.
Having won the Stanley Cup twice and has been Kings’ start goalkeeper since the 2008-09 season, Quick has played only 22 games last season, dealing with injuries. He had shoulder surgery during the off-season.
The 35-year-old Quick earns $ 5.8 million each of the next two seasons and completes a 10-year contract extension given by former general manager Dean Lombardi. Quick signed the extension in 2012, shortly after winning the Conn Smythe Trophy, leading Kings to the title of the first Stanley Cup.
– NHL Sports
Los Angeles Kings, Cal Petersen agree to extend $ 15 million for three years
https://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/32257666/los-angeles-kings-cal-petersen-agree-3-year-15-million-extension Los Angeles Kings, Cal Petersen agree to extend $ 15 million for three years