Flames sign Raymond, Hiller, Engelland
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving said last week he was looking for a defenseman with a right-handed shot.
He got one Tuesday, along with added insurance in net and some offense to replace Mike Cammalleri.
Calgary came to terms with tough defenseman Deryk Engelland, who received a significant pay raise in a three-year deal worth $8.7 million. Engelland's salary with Pittsburgh last season was $575,000.