ST. LOUIS – Doug Armstong will be the Blues General Manager for four, or maybe five, more years after signing an extension, the team announced Wednesday.

According to a press release from the team, the pact is for four years with a team option for the fifth.

Armstrong, 53, is in his 10th season with the Blues and took over as general manager in 2010. Since he took the helm, the Blues are 337-185-56 in the regular season, fourth best in the league.

In 2012, Armstrong was named the General Manager of the Year after the team won the Central Division, posting a 49-22-11 record.

Before joining the Blues, he served as Assistant GM for the Dallas Stars during their Stanley Cup-winning season in 1999, and took over as GM in 2002.

The Blues take the ice Wednesday night against the division rival Nashville Predators.