The Florida Panthers have agreed to terms with defenseman Dylan Olsen on a two-year contract as well as forward Garrett Wilson and center Ryan Martindale on one-year, two-way contracts, the team announced Monday.

Olsen, 23, appeared in 44 games for Florida last season, registering three goals and nine assists, including a career best five-game point streak. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound defenseman scored his first NHL goal and recorded his first multi-point game Dec. 5 against Winnipeg.

Acquired in an early-season trade with Chicago on Nov. 14, Olsen's arrival served as a spark for the Panthers as they tried to salvage their 2013-14 season. In the first 17 games Olsen suited up for the Panthers, the team clawed its way to a 9-7-1 record before slowly sliding back down the Eastern Conference standings.

Also benefiting from Olsen's arrival was newly re-signed Panthers defenseman Erik Gudbranson. A former World Junior teammate of Olsen's with Canada, Gudbranson, not known for his offensive output, tallied two goals and three assists over an eight-game span as Olsen's defensive partner.

For his career, Olsen has appeared in 72 games split between Chicago and Florida, scoring three goals with 10 assists. A former first-round pick (28th overall) in the 2009 draft, Olsen will likely compete with Greg Zanon, Colby Robak and Alex Petrovic for the sixth spot on Florida's blueline this season.