Defenseman Shea Theodore ended his holdout Monday night, agreeing to a seven-year contract with the Vegas Golden Knights.
Theodore's deal runs through the 2024-25 season and has an average annual value of $5.2 million.
"We're happy to have everybody done now, sometimes it takes a little bit longer than anticipated," Vegas general manager George McPhee said. "He's a good young player and we got some unrestricted years and now he can just play."
McPhee said the main issue between the team and Theodore's camp was the Golden Knights were asking him to sign long-term, while the fourth-year pro was looking for a two-year deal. McPhee also said the...