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How Nylander’s New Contract May Affect What Reinhart Gets with Panthers

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Florida Panthers forward Sam Reinhart is due a big raise following this season, one in which he should obliterate his previous season-high of 33 goals scored. He has 29 through the first 40 games this season. // Photo by Roger Lee Photographer (561) 866-2000

The Florida Panthers are in the midst of an eight-game winning streak, thanks in great part to the scoring prowess and all-around play of Sam Reinhart.

Reinhart, 28, is a pending free agent at the end of this season, and as he continues to score at a rapid pace, his future with the Panthers has become a central talking point around the NHL.

It did not take long for the news that Toronto was signing William Nylander to an eight-year contract worth an average $11.5 million that the focus turned to Reinhart.

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How much will what Nylander got in his new contract with the Leafs affect what the Panthers must pay Reinhart?

That is the multi-million dollar question.

The easy answer is, yes, it will have an effect.

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