The New York Rangers are bringing back Oscar Lindberg and Emerson Etem, signing both forwards and restricted free agents to separate deals, Rangers general manager Jeff Gorton confirmed Tuesday.

The team’s official website and Twitter account reported both deals.

Etem, who was acquired by the Rangers in a trade during the recent NHL draft, also took to social media to announce his excitement in staying with the New York franchise.

The New York Daily News reported the contract figures for both young players; the 23-year-old Etem signed a $850,000 deal for one year while 23-year-old Lindberg signed for $1.3 million over two years.

Etem was a first-round pick or 29th overall selection in the 2010 draft by the Anaheim Ducks, where he played from 2012 to 2014. In 112 NHL career games, he has a total of 31 points (15 goals and 16 assists).

Lindberg has played in only one NHL game in his career but was one of the standouts in the American Hockey League last season. In 75 games for the Hartford Wolf Pack, he had career highs of 28 goals and 28 assists.