The young athlete who has scored 40 goals has reached an agreement with the Dallas Stars on a four-year deal that is worth $31 million. He missed the first two months of training camp because he was finalizing a contract, but he has already made up for the lost time.
After playing a preseason game in Denver on Wednesday night, the Dallas Stars made the news late in the evening. This comes just one week before the beginning of the regular season, which will take place in Nashville on October 13th.
The Celebration Is Worth Remembering
Robertson celebrated his 23rd birthday not long after the end of the previous season. The left-wing had compiled 79 points in 74 total games played. It includes 41 goals, 38 assists, and a total of 74 games in which he appeared.
His 13 goals scored when the team was on the man advantage led the team in scoring. Mike Modano, Jamie Benn, and Tyler Seguin are the only other three players who have scored 40 goals for the Stars since the franchise was moved to Dallas in 1993. Modano is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Now included in that group of players is Robertson. According to Jim Nill, the general manager of the club, Jason is a key component of both the present and the future of our team, and we are thrilled to have him for the next four years.
Jim Nill also said that we are glad to have Jason for the next four years. Robertson, who was chosen by the Stars in the second round of the 2017 draft (39th overall), now has 128 games under his belt in the National Hockey League and 125 points to show for his efforts (58 goals, 67 assists).
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The native of California, who has a height of 6 feet 3 inches, had his first appearance in the playoffs with Dallas the previous year. He produced one goal and three assists in the team’s first-round playoff series defeat to Calgary, which lasted the full seven games.
Since he was chosen by our squad in a draft, he has worked tirelessly to develop his playing abilities every day, putting in endless hours of effort.
Nill believes that some of the outstanding skills that he brings to our team include a knack for scoring goals and an ability to discern how plays develop as they are being played on the ice.
Because he is currently considered to be one of the most promising young players in the NHL, we are enthusiastic to see him continue to advance in his career.
Robertson had a total of 45 points in his debut season with the Stars, which was the 2020–2021 campaign and he participated in all 51 games (17 goals, 28 assists).
This was the second-highest point total in a player’s debut season with the Stars who was a rookie. Pete DeBoer, the newly appointed coach for the current season, voiced his enthusiasm about working with Nate Robertson before the start of training camp for the current season.
Listen, at the time, DeBoer made the following statement: “I lie awake at night with the delight of guiding Jason Robertson, who has scored more than 40 goals.”
However, Robertson is not there. As a result of this, I won’t be able to give any of my focus to deal with that situation before he comes. Robertson is going to show up there at last after all of this time has passed.