The Vancouver Canucks have signed forward Steve Bernier to a two-year, $4 million contract extension.
The Canucks' forward also finished the season ranked third on the team with four game-winning goals.
"Steve Bernier had a career year with Vancouver and we look forward to him building on a successful first season with the club," said General Manager Mike Gillis.
"Steve is a talented young player, who will continue to improve and mature over the course of his career."
Bernier, 24, was a first-round pick in the 2003 NHL Draft by the San Jose Sharks and in 258 NHL games with San Jose, Buffalo and the Canucks, he has compiled 122 points (60 goals and 62 assists).
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