Sergachev’s ice time climbed from 15:22 per game in 2017-18 to 17:55 in 2018-19, and finally 20:22 on average this season. Mikhail Sergachev contract, cap hit, salary cap, lifetime earnings, aav, advanced stats and NHL transaction history. While Evolving Hockey’s model puts an eight-year deal at a 32-percent chance, other most likely outcomes sit at six years (25 percent) or a two-year bridge (13%). Sergachev began his junior career in Russia, where he played for Irbis Kazan of the MHL. , On 6 October 2017, Sergachev made his Lightning debut, where he also recorded his first career NHL assist and point in a 5–3 victory over the visiting Florida Panthers. Using Evolving Hockey’s contract projection tool while adjusting for an $81.5M cap hit, the anticipated deal might be for eight years with a $6.5M cap hit. By just about any standard, it sure doesn’t look like it will be easy for the Lightning to sign pending RFA defenseman Mikhail Sergachev to a new contract. Drop him a line at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @cyclelikesedins. The best NHL salary cap hit data, daily tracking, NHL news and projections at …  On 19 October, Sergachev scored his first and second career NHL goals against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nationwide Arena, which came in a 2–0 Lightning victory. Sergachev was drafted sixth overall in the CHL Import Draft, selected by the Windsor Spitfires of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Financial blowback from COVID-19 might make this offseason the trickiest one yet for Tampa Bay.  Sergachev joined Eric Brewer and Victor Hedman as the only Lightning defensemen to record three points in a single playoff game. Current Contract. Time and time again, we’ve seen the Lightning pull off serious wizardry in tight cap situations. Despite the pause, Sergachev set career-highs in goals (10) and points (34). With the goal he also became the youngest player in Lightning history to record a playoff goal.  Ultimately, he was selected by the Montreal Canadiens ninth overall, the second defenceman drafted behind Olli Juolevi of the Vancouver Canucks. The Lightning see improvements in his all-around play, too, as Victor Hedman noted to The Athletic’s Joe Smith in January (sub required). But for me, I just want to continue the season, play and get better and see what happens. A post shared by Mikhail Sergachev (@sergach98) on Mar 25, 2020 at 9:01am PDT. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Flipboard (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), noted to The Athletic’s Joe Smith in January (sub required), Evolving Hockey’s contract projection tool, A post shared by Alex Killorn (@akillorn17), The Athletic’s James Mirtle ranked Lightning dead last (sub required). All of Nikita Kucherov, Steven Stamkos, and Victor Hedman signed for less than market value. “He’s going to deal with it, I guess. CHI. Если вы в своей квартире Лягте на пол, Три-четыре Выполняйте правильно движения! Sergachev began his junior career in Russia, where he played for Irbis Kazan of the MHL.  On 12 April 2018, Sergachev made his Stanley Cup playoff debut in a 5–2 Lightning win over the visiting New Jersey Devils. Kubalik, Dominik [RFA Rights] 2020 1st round pick (CHI) Additional Details: I really don’t know who wins here. “ … He’s an unbelievable talent offensively, we all know that. I have a good agent.”. “I’ve said this many times before, the sky is the limit for this guy. Going back to Evolving Hockey’s projection tool, hypothetical estimates combine the three at $14-$15M. A post shared by Alex Killorn (@akillorn17) on Apr 27, 2020 at 9:48am PDT. Current Contract.  On 21 April 2018, Sergachev recorded his first career playoff goal in a 3–1 series clinching win over the New Jersey Devils at Amalie Arena. , On 15 June 2017, the Canadiens traded Sergachev (along with a conditional second-round pick in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft) to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Jonathan Drouin and a conditional sixth-round draft pick in the same draft.  He appeared in four games with the Canadiens before he was returned to continue his development with junior club, the Windsor Spitfires, on 31 October 2016. It wouldn’t be shocking to see this happen again, especially if Sergachev is OK betting on himself by taking a shorter “bridge” deal. , "Bob Duff: Russian rookie Mikhail Sergachev starts new life in Windsor", "Sergachev Presented Max Kaminsky Trophy by Tom Kaminsky & Ryan Ellis", "Canadiens agree to terms on entry-level contract with Mikhail Sergachev", "Windsor Spitfires are 2017 Mastercard Memorial Cup Champions", "2017 Mastercard Memorial Cup Awards & All-Stars", "Canadiens' Mikhail Sergachev: Some nerves in debut", "Stu Cowan: Canadiens' Mikhail Sergachev only learned to skate at age 9", "Mikhail Sergachev's demotion a win for Spitfires and Canadiens", "Lightning acquire Mikhail Sergachev from Montreal Canadiens", "Stamkos gets assist in Lightning win against Panthers", "Kucherov's goal-scoring streak ends but Lightning win", "Sergachev becomes youngest Lightning defenceman to record multi-goal game", "Lightning hold off Avalanche for seventh straight victory", "Sergachev 5th rookie defenseman to record 5 game winning goals in a season", "Lightning has goalie Peter Budaj's back after near-collapse", "Tony Cirelli makes his playoff presence felt immediately for Lightning", "Sergachev picks up his 1st career point with the 2nd assist", "Lightning defeat Devils, advance to second round", "Sergachev fined $2,403.67 for his cross check to Johan Larsson last night, the maximum allowable fine under the CBA", "Lightning blow out Bruins in Game 3; Tampa Bay takes 2-1 series lead", "Sergachev joins Eric Brewer & Victor Hedman as the only defencemen in Lightning history to have a 3+ point playoff effort", "Mikhail Sergachev named defenceman of the year", "Spitfires hang on to win thrilling Memorial Cup final", "Tampa Bay Lightning win Stanley Cup in Pandemic Bubble", Montreal Canadiens first round draft pick, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mikhail_Sergachev&oldid=982244183, National Hockey League first round draft picks, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Biographical information and career statistics from, This page was last edited on 7 October 2020, at 00:05.