The Calgary Flames announced today that they have signed defenceman Mark Cundari to a one-year, two-way contract worth $600,000.
In four games with the Flames this season, he scored one goal and added two assists for three points. Cundari was traded to the Calgary Flames in an April 1, 2013, deal by the Blues, along with goaltender Reto Berra and a first round draft pick, in exchange for defenceman Jay Bouwmeester. Cundari, who was recovering from a wrist injury at the time, was assigned to the Abbotsford Heat, Calgary’s AHL affiliate.
The Flames recalled Cundari to the NHL late in the 2012–13 season. He made his NHL debut on April 21, 2013, and scored his first NHL goal against Minnesota Wild goaltender Niklas Bäckström. In 58 games this season in the American Hockey League, he scored seven goals and added 21 assists for 28 points while accumulating 80 penalty minutes.
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