The Vancouver Canucks have wasted little time in signing both Zack Kassian and Yannick Weber to new deals.
Kassian, who was acquired on trade deadline day back in 2012 for disgruntled centre Cody Hodgson, scored 14 goals and 29 points for the Canucks last season.
It is being reported that the Kassian deal is for two years at 3.5 million dollars, or 1.75 million dollars per season.
Weber scored six goals and had ten points overall in 49 games for the Canucks, also spending time in the AHL with the Utica Comets, adding two goals and seven points through seven games for the Baby Canucks.
Weber has received a one year deal worth 850 thousand dollars.