Jason Spezza, Dallas Stars Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Reaction

November 21st, 2014 by Mike Chiari Leave a reply »

Center Jason Spezza has played in just 20 games as a member of the Dallas Stars, but the organization has already seen enough to know that he is part of the long-term plans. The team announced the deal on Friday:

Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that the team has signed center Jason Spezza to a four-year contract extension. Per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.


"Jason is a world-class player and his commitment to the organization is a reflection of what we are building in Dallas," said Nill. "The professionalism and production he brings to our group is key for our success moving forward and we value the leadership he brings to our team."

Mike Heika of The Dallas Morning News first reported the deal. 

Per TSN's Bob McKenzie, the new deal will pay him $7.5 million per season:

Dallas acquired Spezza from the Ottawa Senators in an offseason trade, and he has settled in nicely as the team's No. 2 center behind Tyler Seguin. He leads the team with 14 ...

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