The New Jersey Devils have signed 2021 First Round Pick, 29th Overall, forward Chase Stillman to a three-year entry-level contract. The details of the contract were released by Cap Friendly.
Chase Stillman #Devils
2021 1st RD pick (29th overall)
3 year ELC
$925,000 cap hit
2021-22: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB / $80.0k Minor
2022-23: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB / $80.0k Minor
2023-24: $832.5k Base + $92.5k SB / $80.0k Minorhttps://t.co/F5jmY0iXl6
— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) August 19, 2021
Chase Stillman Signs Entry-Level Contract With the New Jersey Devils
The grandson of former NHLer Bud Stefanski, son of former NHLer Cory Stillman, and brother of Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Riley Stillman, Chase Stillman is looking to carry on the family legacy in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Stillman was drafted by the Sudbury Wolves in the second round, 25th overall, at the 2019 OHL Priority Draft. He put up 13 goals and 21 assists for 34 points in 58 games as a rookie. Stillman was named to the OHL First All-Rookie Team. He also played for Team Canada White at the Under-17 World Hockey Challenge. He had three goals and an assist for four points in six games.
Last season Stillman played for Esberg’s Under-20 Team in the Danish Junior League when the OHL season did not start. He scored nine goals and seven assists for 16 points in eight games. He also joined Team Canada at the IIHF Under-18 World Championships, playing for Team Canada and winning a gold medal. Stillman put up two goals and two assists for four points in seven tournament games. Having appeared in an IIHF tournament for Canada, Stillman has declared his international eligibility. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri.
OSHAWA, ON – FEBRUARY 7: Chase Stillman #61 of the Sudbury Wolves skates during an OHL game against the Oshawa Generals at the Tribute Communities Centre on February 7, 2020 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Chris Tanouye/Getty Images)