Seattle Kraken sign 1st player in franchise history
Expansion club signs QMJHL centre Luke Henman to 3-year entry level contract
The expansion Seattle Kraken signed the first player in franchise history Wednesday after agreeing to terms with free agent centre Luke Henman on a three-year entry level contract.
Henman had a team-high 43 points in 32 games for the Armada this season, including 16 goals and 27 assists. He has scored six goals in eight playoff games this season.
Henman was originally a fourth-round pick by Carolina in the 2018 NHL draft. He has played the past five seasons with Blainville-Boisbriand.
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