The Dallas Stars’ next trading deadline is March 21. Star defenseman John Klingberg may be tempted to trade.
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Klingberg was in the final year of his seven-season contract, which earned him an average of $ 4.25 million a year. He could be a free agent without compensation at the end of the 2021-2022 campaign.
According to the American Network, Right-Back and Texas Training may also have been negotiating for a contract extension, but both parties “hit a wall and made no progress”.
The 29-year-old athlete was asked to trade when negotiations for a new contract stalled.
If the Stars really decide to shop Klingberg, he could attract the attention of many teams looking for a full-back attack. In eight seasons on the Betman Tour, he scored 343 points in 503 games. In 2021-2022, he had 16 points from 25 games.
Dallas scored 34 points in 30 games, finishing 13th in the Western Conference and at the top of the fight for the playoff berth. However the team is only four points behind the Edmonton Oilers. However, the Stars played between three and five games less than the previous majority, including the Alberta team.