LAS VEGAS (KLAS)– The Golden Knights said Friday they have agreed to terms with forward Keegan Kolesar on a three-year contract.

General manager Kelly McCrimmon said the three-year deal is worth an average annual value of $1.4 million for Kolesar.

During the 2021-22 campaign, Kolesar recorded career-highs with 77 games played, seven goals, 17 assists and 24 points. His 246 hits also marked a career-best and ranked 10th among all skaters in the NHL.

The Manitoba native has played 122 games in his three years in the NHL, all with the Knights. Before joining the Knights, Kolesar spent parts of three seasons in the American Hockey League with the Chicago Wolves.

Kolesar also played 243 games with the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League, winning the league championship, the Ed Chynoweth Cup, in 2016-17.