Bertuzzi played in 68 games with the Ducks last season, scoring 14 goals and adding 26 assists. He'll be reunited with former coach in Vancouver, Mike Keenan, who could be a driving factor in his arrival in Calgary.
|Jarome Iginla||Dion Phaneuf||Miikka Kiprusoff|
|Daymond Langkow||Adrian Aucoin||Curtis McElhinney|
|Mike Cammalleri||Robyn Regehr|
|Todd Bertuzzi||Anders Eriksson|
|Matthew Lombardi||Jim Vandermeer|
|Craig Conroy||Cory Sarich|
|Curtis Glencross||Rhett Warrener|
The addition of Bertuzzi could not have come at much cost for the Flames, they were already sitting at 20 players for $53.8 million against the cap. This should be the last big signing for the team, unless they have decided to move a player or two for more acquisitions.
Update (11:47 AM): TSN is reporting that the deal is worth $1.95 million for the one year. This will bring the team's salary cap hit for 21 players to $55.7 million, which leaves the team with approximately $1 million left for two players.