CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -Miikka Kiprusoff agreed to a $35-million, six-year extension with the Flames on Monday that will keep the star goalie him in Calgary through the 2013-14 season.
The 2006 Vezina Trophy winner, who would have been an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season, was the last of a core of key players - along with Captain Jarome Iginla and defenseman Robyn Regehr - to recently agree to long-term deals with Calgary.
The 31-year-old Finn is in the final year of a deal that will pay him $3.6 million this season.
"The Calgary Flames ownership group has made a huge commitment to Miikka and we expect him to be a major contributor to the success of our organization for years to come," Flames GM Darryl Sutter said in a statement. "With today's announcement, we have some key players under long-term contracts and we look forward to that group leading us to the next level."
The Flames acquired Kiprusoff from the San Jose Sharks for a second-round draft pick in November 2003. He's 111-54-23 with four ties for the Flames.
Kiprusoff helped Calgary reach the Stanley Cup final in 2004, where the Flames lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven games.
"I would like to thank the Calgary Flames' owners for making this long-term commitment to me and my family so we can remain in this city and be part of this organization," Kiprusoff said. "I look forward to the responsibility and challenge that comes with this contract.
"Calgary is a loyal hockey community that expects and deserves the very best from its home team."
In 244 games with Calgary and San Jose, Kiprusoff is 125-78-23 with seven ties.