Islanders Announce Cal Clutterbuck Has Agreed To A 4-Year Deal

Clutterbuck Spent 346 Games With The Wild, Scoring 110 Points

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The Islanders announced on Tuesday that recently-acquired winger Cal Clutterbuck has agreed to a four-year deal.

Clutterbuck, 25, was sent to the Isles by the Minnesota Wild in a draft day trade. The Islanders received Clutterbuck and Minnesota’s 2013 third-round pick for winger Nino Niederreiter.

According to Arthur Staple of Newsday, the contract will pay Clutterbuck $11 million over four years. The average cap hit is $2.75 million per year.

Clutterbuck scored 10 points in 42 games for Wild last season. He has collected 110 points in 346 career games.

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