According to CapGeek.com, Tom Wilson has agreed to a three-year contract with the Washington Capitals. The second of two first round picks by the Caps, the 18-year old Wilson played with the Plymouth Whalers for the last two years after being selected in the second round of the 2010 OHL Draft.
Selected five picks after the first selection of the Capitals, Filip Forsberg, Wilson is reportedly to receive a three-year contract worth just under $3 million of total value. His cap hit for each of the next three seasons will be $1.325 million.
Wilson is also a member of the Canadian National Team and recorded 27 points for the Whalers during the 2011-12 regular season as well as an additional 13 points during the postseason in 13 games.
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