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Details Emerge Of Bobby Ryan Contract With Ducks

As the Anaheim Ducks have just announced, Bobby Ryan has signed a five-year contract with the team. Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register has some details:

ESPN’s E.J. Hradek reported that Ryan will be paid $3.25 million in the coming 2010-11 season and $5,562,500 in each of the remaining four years. A source told the Register that the contract does not contain either a no-trade clause or a no-movement clause. Ryan is expected to sign this afternoon.

Ryan, who scored a team-leading 35 goals and had 29 assists for the Ducks last season, was offered congratulations from his Team USA teammate, Erik Johnson of the St. Louis Blues, via Twitter:

Congrats to @b_ryan9 on signing his new deal! Also congrats to McDonalds in Anaheim, who wont go bankrupt now becuz of Bobby. #bobbybigmac

The contract for Ryan is similar, albeit slightly less lucrative, than the five-year extensions signed by fellow Ducks Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf, both of whom have three years remaining on their deals.

For more information and analysis, be sure to visit the SB Nation blog Anaheim Calling.