Danton Heinen, Bruins avoid arbitration with two-year contract extension

Justin Leger
NBC Sports Boston
The Bruins and forward Danton Heinen have avoided arbitration as the two sides agreed to a two-year contract extension on Tuesday night.

Danton Heinen, Bruins avoid arbitration with two-year contract extension

The Bruins and forward Danton Heinen have avoided arbitration as the two sides agreed to a two-year contract extension on Tuesday night.

There will be no arbitration for Danton Heinen and the Bruins after all.

The B's signed Heinen to a two-year contract extension on Tuesday night, avoiding an arbitration hearing that had been scheduled to take place on Aug. 3.

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The contract will have an annual NHL cap hit of $2.8 million.

Heinen and Peter Cehlarik were the only two arbitration-eligible Bruins players this offseason. Cehlarik signed a one-year, two-way deal for $700,000 earlier this week.

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