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William Karlsson sighs when asked the question he’s grown accustomed to getting—and tired of answering. Any updates on a long-term contract with the Vegas Golden Knights?

How will the Vegas Golden Knights resolve William Karlsson’s situation this offseason?

May 9th, 2019

William Karlsson sighs when asked the question he’s grown accustomed to getting—and tired of answering. Any updates on a long-term contract with the Vegas Golden Knights?

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