Goalie Devan Dubnyk re-signs with Wild on six-year deal

The Minnesota Wild have re-signed goalie Devan Dubnyk to a six-year contract, the team announced Saturday.

The deal is worth $26 million, a source told ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun.

Dubnyk was traded three times in the past two seasons, moving twice in 2013-14 and once last season -- from the Arizona Coyotes to the Wild in January.

The 29-year-old goalie was electric upon joining Minnesota, setting a franchise record with 38 consecutive starts and compiling a 27-9-2 record for a team that made a furious climb to a playoff berth.

For his success, Dubnyk was one of three finalists for the Vezina Trophy, which went to the Montreal Canadiens' Carey Price.

In the first playoff appearance of his six-year career, Dubnyk helped the Wild to the second round, in which they were dispatched by the Blackhawks. He had a .908 save percentage, a 2.52 goals-against average and one shutout.

Dubnyk was in line for a sizable free-agent contract after playing for just $800,000 on the one-year deal he signed with Arizona before last season.