Even though the Calgary Flames don't have an actual general manager at the moment, that didn't stop them from re-signing veteran forward Matt Stajan on Monday. The deal, which has been widely reported but not actually announced quite yet by the Flames, is for four seasons and a reported $12.5 million according to Elliotte Friedman of the CBC. That's a $3.125 million cap hit, a little below his current $3.5 million hit. Since Jay Feaster was fired as the Flames GM, President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke has been handling the team's business, meaning he was involved in Stajan's signing.
Report: Matt Stajan re-signs with Flames for four seasons
CBS Sports | Jan 21