Tom Wilson has been one of the toughest guys in the NHL since he made his debut during the 2013-14 season and he’s coming off a career-high season across the board as he totaled 14 goals and 21 assists for 35 points in 78 games to go along with 187 penalty minutes.

The Toronto, Ontario native also played a big role in the Capitals’ Stanley Cup run as he scored five goals and added 10 assists for 15 points in 21 playoff games and the team rewarded him with a new contract on Friday evening.

Considering last season was the first time Wilson finished a season with a double digit number in the goal column and the first time he totaled more than 23 points in a season, a lot of hockey fans can’t believe that the 24-year-old is about to make just over $5.1 million per season over the next six years.

In 391 career games Wilson has scored 35 goals to go along with 69 assists for 104 points and has totaled a whopping 806 penalty minutes in five seasons.