The Anaheim Ducks signed center Trevor Zegras to a three-year extension through 2025-26 on Monday.
Terms were not disclosed but multiple reports put the value at $5.75 million per season, or $17.25 million.
Zegras, 22, led the Ducks with 65 points (23 goals, 42 assists) in 81 games last season.
Zegras is only the second player in Ducks history to reach 60 points multiple times before age 23 (Paul Kariya).
The New York native has 139 points (49 goals, 90 assists) in 180 games since being drafted ninth overall in 2019.