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Dallas Stars will buyout contract of veteran defender


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Josh Tupper
June 27, 2024  (10:08)
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Ryan Suter's tenure in the Lone Star State is almost to an end, and he will be available for purchase in a few days.

Ryan Suter's contract is being bought out by the Dallas Stars, and after the deal is done, he will become an unrestricted free agent, according to Sportsnet's Jeff Marek.
According to Marek, the Dallas Stars will avoid paying the cap $1.4 million in 2020–21; nevertheless, Suter's deal will cost $1.4 million in 2024–2025 and 2025–2026.
"The Dallas Stars are buying out the remainder of Ryan Suter's contract.

With one year remaining on Suter's deal this move will add $1.4 million on the Stars cap for the next two seasons.

The Stars will save $1.4 million with the buyout." Marek said.

Along with defenseman Tony DeAngelo, Suter, 39, is now the second player in the NHL to have two contract buyouts. If the native of Madison, Wisconsin is able to secure a new NHL deal, he will now receive payment from three separate teams in the upcoming season: the Dallas Stars, his new team; and the Minnesota Wild, who owe him $833,333 for the four years that follow owing to a buyout in 2021.
Suter recorded 17 points (two goals, 15 assists), 28 penalty minutes, and a plus-14 rating in 82 games with the Stars this season. In 19 postseason games, he added four more points (one goal, three assists), which helped the Stars advance to the Western Conference Final.
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