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David St-Jean
April 28, 2024  (6:43 PM)
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The lover of anchorwoman Frédérique Guay, defenseman Marc-Édouard Vlasic, has been the subject of many rumors in recent years.

Once perceived as one of the best defensive defensemen in the NHL, he had become a scapegoat as things went downhill in recent years.
He still has two years left on his contract, and rumors are still circulating that he may be bought out by the San Jose Sharks. He came out to reassure everyone, saying that it won't happen.
Indeed, not only can the Sharks not afford it, but Vlasic had a very good second half of the season this year. Definitely, he must be one of the veterans who will revitalize the next generation and act as a mentor.
"Vlasic Doesn't Think He'll Get Bought Out (It Doesn't Make Sense Anyway)." - Sheng Peng

So, he will be able to honor his contract until the end and decide whether to retire or try to sign another contract afterward.
"Moreover, the Sharks no longer have any salary retention slots available in a transaction, since all three spots are occupied by Brent Burns ($2.72 million for one more year), Erik Karlsson ($1.5 million for four more years), and Tomas Hertl ($1.39 million for five more seasons).

In short, Vlasic is in San Jose to stay, and he should retire in two years at the end of his contract." - Mathis Therrien

For a hockey player, having their contract bought out is a real shame. Vlasic won't have to go through that, and that's perfect. He's had quite a career, and he deserves to end it on a high note.
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MARC-ÉDOUARD VLASIC NE CROIT PAS QUE SON CONTRAT SERA RACHETÉ
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