Earlier today, the Devils re-signed goaltender Keith Kinkaid to a two-year contract.
The deal breaks down to an average of $1,250,000 per season - next season will be worth $1.2 million, and the 2018-19 season will be for $1.3 million.
Last Season’s Numbers and Highlights
The Devils’ backup goaltender has spent his entire NHL career in New Jersey. Last season, he put up a career high of 26 games played with a record of 8-13-3. That includes one shutout, a .916 SV%, and a 2.64 GAA.
And here are some choice saves posted earlier by the Devils’ Twitter account:
We can't wait to see more @Blockaid1 saves like this one in 2017-18! pic.twitter.com/waFg5T60k9— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) June 29, 2017
And this one. pic.twitter.com/Ip5XlczQET— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) June 29, 2017
Are you happy to see Kinkaid re-sign in New Jersey? Do you think the deal is a fair one? Think he’ll be supporting more or less of Cory next season?