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.