Barrie, Avalanche avoid arbitration ruling with four-year, $22-million deal

Tyson Barrie and the Colorado Avalanche hashed out their cases in front of an arbitrator on Friday. The two sides had 48-hours to hash out a settlement before the arbitrator released her ruling. At the eleventh hour, the Avs and Barrie announced a new four-year, $22-million dollar contract, per Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet.

The are no no-move and/or no-trade clauses attached to his contract.

Going into the arbitration hearings, both sides submitted their offers. Barrie’s camp wanted a one-year contract worth $6-million. The Avalanche countered with two-years at an average annual value of $4.125-million.

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