Jonathan Drouin’s contract includes a modified no-trade clause in final two years

The details of the six-year contract for the Habs’ newest winger come to light.

Jonathan Drouin signed a six-year contract worth $5.5 million per season soon after he was acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning. Some of the details of that deal for the newest Montreal Canadiens player are now known.

Drouin received some control over his potential movement once he reaches the age required for unrestricted free agency. His comes in the form of a small three-team no-trade list, giving him at least a bit of say in where he can and can’t be dealt.

Those final two years see him paid a $5.5 million salary — the same as the contract’s AAV — with no signing bonuses.

Contract details via Pierre LeBrun and CapFriendly.

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