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Nate Signs On

NathanThe Panthers made a bit of a splash at the NHL Draft in Columbus on Thursday as reports surfaced that winger Nathan Horton signed a six-year deal with the team.

As of lunchtime Thursday, the Panthers had no comment. We'll be talking to Jacques later in the afternoon.

According to TSN's' Bob MacKenzie, sources say the six-year deal is worth $24 million.

Up next: Stephen Weiss.


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Best draft day news in a long time. This is a wonderful deal specially with the length of the deal.

It also makes Philly look pretty dumb for how much they paid/gave up for Hartnell

Smart move by Martin; locking up his potential franchise forward at a reasonable price. It's a huge pay increase for Nathan too, but it really could benefit the club long-term if his production continues to increase. At 4 mil per season, he's already put up better numbers than Hartnell, who got 4.5 mil per. Awesome move! Now we have Jokinen, Van Ryn, Salei, Allen and Horton signed long-term!

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