The Calgary Flames have made another addition to the club, this time adding right winger Josh Leivo to the team on a one-year 875k deal. Leivo joins the team coming off a career-best but injury shortened season with the Vancouver Canucks. Leivo had seven goals and 19 points with the Canucks through 36 games this past season, but a fractured kneecap before Christmas ended his season.
Dominik Simon, the often polarizing winger, is a Pittsburgh Penguin no more. After not receiving a qualifying offer from the Penguins, Simon became an unrestricted free agent. Now, Simon has a new team, as he has signed a one-year, $700,000 deal with the Calgary Flames.
The NHL free agent market opens on Friday, Oct. 9.