Flames sign d-man Kulak to one-year, two-way deal


This post is part of Flames Day at PHT…

Talk about perfect timing.

The Calgary Flames made some news Monday — on Flames Day at PHT — by signing restricted free agent and depth defenseman Brett Kulak to a one-year, two-way contract. Per the club, the annual average value is $650,000 at the NHL level.

Selected by the Flames in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Draft, Kulak has split time between the big club and Calgary’s minor league affiliates over the last three seasons.

Kulak appeared in 21 games for the Flames last season. He’s still searching for his first NHL goal.

The Flames still have two restricted free agents — Sam Bennett and Tyler Wotherspoon — left to get under contract.

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