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Cooper Godin
May 27, 2024  (5:53 PM)
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Former Vancouver Canucks forward Nikolai Goldobin playing for Spartak Moscow.
Photo credit: Athletistic

It's been a great year overseas for former Vancouver Canucks forward Nikolai Goldobin and he's been rewarded by his team for his successs.

In a post on social media on Monday, KHL team HC Spartak Moscow announced that they've agreed to terms on a new contract with Nikolai Goldobin that will run through the 2025-26 season. Originally, Goldobin's contract was supposed to end in 2025.
Note: the following is translated from Russian.
"⚡️ Hockey Club "Spartak" Moscow has concluded a new contract with Nikolai Goldobin - the agreement with the leader of the red-and-white attack was signed until 2026!" The team said in a post on X.

Goldobin, 28, has spent the last four seasons in the KHL, but the 2023-24 campaign was his first with Spartak Moscow and was the best of his professional career so far. He set new franchise records for Spartak Moscow during the season, appearing in 67 games, where he scored 78 points (37 goals, 41 assists), had 52 penalty minutes, and was a plus-ten. He added nine points in 11 games during the Gagarin Cup Playoffs.
The Moscow native joined the Vancouver Canucks organization via a trade with the Sharks in March 2017 that saw forward Jannik Hansen go to San Jose. In 114 games for the Canucks between the 2016-17 and 2019-20 seasons, Goldobin had 44 points (18 goals, 26 assists), 24 penalty minutes and was a minus-23.
By the time Goldobin's contract expires in Russia, he'll be 30. If he can continue his strong play, there's no doubt that teams around the National Hockey League will be interested.
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