By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Flyers and Travis Sanheim have reportedly avoided arbitration. The Flyers and Sanheim agreed to a two-year contract Saturday.

Sanheim’s contract will carry a $4.675 million annual average value.

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The contract will allow the 25-year-old to reach unrestricted free agency after it expires.

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The Flyers and Sanheim reportedly had an arbitration hearing scheduled for next week.

Sanheim, a first-round pick in 2014, had three goals and 15 points with a minus-22 rating last season. In 255 career games, the left-handed d-man has 85 points and a minus-28 rating.

Next season, Sanheim is expected to play on the Flyers’ second pair with newcomer Rasmus Ristolainen.

Sanheim was the Flyers’ final restricted free agent.

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The team re-signed center Connor Bunnaman on Friday.