When the Toronto Maple Leafs open training camp on Friday, they will have Luke Schenn ready to report on the blue line.
Schenn agreed to a five-year contract with the club on Thursday night. While exact details of the deal have not been made official, It's believed that the deal is worth $3.6 million per season.
Schenn, 21, played all 82 games last season and scored five goals and 17 assists. The Saskatoon native is entering his fourth season with the Maple Leafs.
The 6'2, 215-pound rearguard finished his three-year, $2.625 million entry level contract at the end of last season. He was Toronto's first round pick, fifth overall, in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.