The Anaheim Ducks signed coach Randy Carlyle to a one-year contract extension through the 2018-19 season, the team announced on Friday.
Financial terms were not disclosed by the team, which holds an option on Carlyle's contract for 2019-20 campaign.
Carlyle, who guided the Ducks to their lone Stanley Cup championship in 2007, led the team to its fifth consecutive Pacific Division title in 2016-17.
Anaheim, which posted a 46-23-13 record in the regular season, swept the Calgary Flames in the first round and outlasted the Edmonton Oilers in the second before falling to the Nashville Predators in the Western Conference final.
"We made great strides this past season and clearly Randy was at the center of that," Ducks general manager Bob Murray said of the 61-year-old Carlyle. "He's committed to this organization and to winning another Stanley Cup. Extending his contract was an easy decision for us."
Carlyle is Anaheim's all-time winningest head coach with a 319-205-74 mark in 598 career games.
The Ducks are 46-32 in the playoffs with Carlyle behind the bench, having made the postseason in six of his seven full seasons with Anaheim.