The deal is worth $34.8 million with a yearly average of $5.8 million. Lindell had 32 points in the regular season and four points in the playoffs.
Lindell, 24, led the Stars with 161 blocked shots and was second in ice time with 24:20 per game. He set career-highs in nearly every major category, including assists (21), goals (11), points (32) and hits (143).
“Esa is a consummate professional who has proven himself dependable in every situation and is an absolute workhouse,” Nill said. “When you combine his strength, conditioning, hockey IQ and skill, he has become an integral part of this team.”