Clarke MacArthur is staying in the nation's capital.
The Ottawa Senators announced on Tuesday the club agreed to terms on a five-year contract extension worth an average annual value of $4.65 million with the veteran forward.
The total value of the contract is $23.25 million, broken down to $4.5 million in each of the contract's first two seasons and $4.75 million in each of the final three seasons.
MacArthur scored 24 goals and added 31 assists in 79 games during his first season with the Senators in 2013-14.
The 29-year-old signed a two-year, $6.5 million contract with the Senators in 2013 free agency after spending his previous three seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
"Obviously our happiness with his performance last year was a big reason to give him the term that we did," general manager Bryan Murray said Tuesday on a conference call.
"Obviously we're quite happy with what he did," Murray said. "He's in that 20-to-25 goal range on a somewhat consistent basis and he's a real complement to the young players who will end up playing at some point with him. Kyle Turris and him seemed to fit like a glove.
"Whoever plays on the right side I think will really benefit from playing with Clarke and Kyle. To me, it really solidifies a good pair that ... will make our team be a consistent contender."
In 482 career games with the Senators, Leafs, Buffalo Sabres and Atlanta Thrashers, he has scored 117 goals and 268 points.
He was drafted in the third round - 74th overall - of the 2003 NHL Draft by the Sabres.