The Minnesota Wild signed Martin Havlat to a six-year deal worth $30 million, which includes a no-movement clause.
Fantasy Impact: Havlat essentially replaces Gaborik, both in the lineup and in the injury ward. Considering the last two games he played he left with a concussion, a six-year rigid deal was pretty nice. If Havlat were to play 75 games in a season again, don't expect more than 75 points as he will need to play a safer game. If he plays the way he can, he could top 1.3 points-per-game. The problem is, if he plays the way he can it is doubtful he will top 60 games in a season. Either way, getting to 80 points won't happen.