Philadelphia Flyers' left wing Scott Hartnell will remain in a Flyers' uniform for at least another season after the team announced signing him to a multi-year contract extension Monday.
According to the team's official website, the announcement was made by General Manager Paul Holmgren.
FOX 29 Sports has learned that it's a six-year deal worth $28.5 million.
"Scott has been a very good player for us over the last five years and we look forward to many more good years to come," Holmgren told the team's website.
Hartnell, who was acquired by the Flyers in June of 2007, appeared in all 82 of the team's regular season games this past season. The left winger scored 37 goals and earned 67 points, both career highs, while also matching a career high in assists with 30.
"I am very happy to be staying in Philly to continue my career playing in front of the best fans in the NHL," Hartnell told the team's website.
Hartnell, 30, has played in the NHL for 11 years with the Flyers and, before coming to Philadelphia, the Nashville Predators.