After acquiring his rights at the deadline, the Anaheim Ducks have signed Calle Clang to a three-year entry-level contract. The young netminder spent this year with Rogle of the Swedish Hockey League, where he’ll likely return next season.

Clang, 19, was part of the return for Rickard Rakell from the Pittsburgh Penguins, who drafted him 77th overall in 2020. The 6’2″ netminder was excellent in his first real taste of SHL action, posting a .914 save percentage in the regular season and helping Rogle win a Champions League title by going 5-1. He’s also been at each of the last two World Junior tournaments, though he has still yet to see a minute of action at the event. Still, he certainly should be in the mix for the rescheduled tournament this summer, and now has his NHL future locked up with Anaheim as well.