With Nosek and Carrier both signed on for at least one more season with the Golden Knights this keeps “The International Line” intact along with Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.
This past season, Carrier skated in 37 games with the Golden Knights and in that span, he scored one goal, two assists for three points and finished out the regular season with a +3 rating.
In the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Carrier played in 10 games where he a -1 and logged an average of 7:55 in ice time per contest.
Now that Carrier has been extended for two more years with the Golden Knights all that remains now William Karlsson and Shea Theodore. Karlsson still has he upcoming arbitration hearing for August 4 in Toronto, while Theodore has yet to ink his qualifying offer by Vegas.
As of today after Carrier inked his new two year deal with the Golden Knights they now have $13,187,500 in current cap space remaining to spend on future contracts and potential transactions.