Friday, February 26, 2010

Cal Clutterbuck signs 3-year deal

Toronto native, Cal Clutterbuck, has signed a contract extension to stay with the MN Wild. This is Clutterbuck's second year with the Wild and he has decided to stay for another three. The team has taken a fond liking to Cal, with his great wing abilities and personality as a Wild player. Cal Clutterbuck currently holds an NHL record for hits in a season (356 in the 2008-09 season) and the team want that sort of aggression on their side of the ice. Clutterbuck stated, "I couldn't be happier. There is no other place I would want to be." He is the first Wild player to sign an extension during this season. With such an excitement for the game, Cal Clutterbucks return is highly anticapated by the Wild fans.


Anonymous said...

yay clutterbuck! cant wait for next season!

B said...

I'm so excited Clutterbuck is coming back!

Anonymous said...

clutterbuck is from Welland.