Skip to main content

Predators sign forward Niclas Bergfors to a 1-year deal worth US$750,000

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Nashville Predators have signed forward Niclas Bergfors to a one-year contract worth US$575,000.

The deal was announced Sunday by Predators general manager David Poile.

Bergfors, 24, had 12 goals and 24 assists in 72 games last season with the Atlanta Thrashers and Florida Panthers.

During his first full NHL season with New Jersey and Atlanta in 2009-10, the native of Sweden had 21 goals and 44 points in 81 games, landing him a spot on the NHL All-Rookie Team. In 162 career NHL games, Bergfors has 81 points.


Brock Boeser

Are the Vancouver Canucks Closer to Trading Brock Boeser?

After a week of speculation on right winger Brock Boeser's future, the rumor roundup looks at teams across the NHL he's been linked to.

Noah Ostlund

Reacting to Team Sweden's 2023 World Junior Roster

Tony Ferrari takes a look at the key players and key omissions after Team Sweden released its roster for the World Junior Championship.

Cale Makar

Can the Avalanche Withstand Their Injury Epidemic?

The Colorado Avalanche have faced unprecedented injury woes. Can the defending Stanley Cup champions weather the storm long enough to get healthy?