- Flames sign forward Paul Byron to one-year deal
- Rangers, Derek Stepan agree to terms on six-year contract
- Senators forward Alex Chiasson gets one-year, $1.2M deal in arbitration
- Devils lock up defenseman Adam Larsson for six years
- Capitals extend goalie Braden Holtby for 5 years, $30.5M
- Forward Lance Bouma inked by Flames to three-year deal
- Lou Lamoriello resigns from Devils, joins Leafs as GM
- Koreans experience physical style of play at Stars camp
- Ducks extend defenseman Josh Manson for two-years at $1.65M
- Lightning ink forward Tye McGinn to one-year, two way deal
- Devils look to develop fast attacking team, while maintaining stiff defense
- Predators, forward Craig Smith agree to five-year deal following arbitration
- Backup goalie Antti Raanta excited to be part of Rangers
- Lightning re-sign Namestnikov, Witkowski to one-year deals
- Devils re-sign forward Stefan Matteau to two-year contract
- Defenseman Michael Del Zotto inked by Flyers to multiyear deal
- Flyers sign defenseman Michael Del Zotto, rookie center Travis Konecny
- Oilers, blueliner Justin Schultz agree on one-year deal
- Defenseman Johnny Oduya joins Stars on 2-year deal
- Anthony Brodeur, Matthew Gaudreau look to impress at Devils' camp
Flames sign forward Paul Byron to one-year deal
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 15:17:56 +0000
Calgary, AB, Canada (4E Sports) - The Calgary Flames signed forward Paul Byron to a one-year deal Sunday to avoid an arbitration hearing scheduled Thursday.
No information regarding the deal was disclosed but reports said it is worth $900,000.
Byron played in 57 regular season games last season and collected 19 points (six goals, 13 assists).
The 26-year-old missed the Flames' playoff campaign and had surgery May for a sports hernia.
Byron also had wrist surgery June and a pin will be removed from the wrist in September as he hopes to be with the Flames when training camp begins.
The Flames acquired Byron through a trade deal with the Buffalo Sabres , the team that originally drafted him in the sixth-round back in 2007.