Luke Krys Signs Two-Year Entry-Level Deal With Dallas Stars

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Luke Krys has agreed on a two-year Entry-level contract with the Dallas Stars that starts in the 2024-2025 season. PuckPedia.com reports that his contract in each year includes an NHL salary of $775,000, a signing bonus of $95,000, games played bonuses of $80,000 and a minor-league salary of $82,500. The $775,000 NHL salary is the league minimum, while $82,500 is the maximum minor-league salary for a player on an Entry-level deal.

Krys ends his collegiate hockey career with 15 goals and 40 assists in 127 games as he now makes his way to the Texas Stars in the AHL. A captain at Brown University, Krys took home NCAA All-Ivy League Second Team in the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 seasons before making the move to Providence College. Originally undrafted, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound defenseman will look to add a veteran presence to an already stacked Texas Stars blue line.

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