The Calgary Flames will hold on to one of their defenseman for two more seasons.
T.J. Brodie signed a two-year contract worth $2.13 million with the Flames. From the Associated Press report:
Brodie, 23, had two goals and 12 assists in 47 games last season with Calgary.
Before joining the Flames for the lockout-shortened NHL season, Brodie had a goal and 19 assists in 35 games with Abbotsford of the AHL.
Brodie was drafted as the 114th overall pick in the 2008 NHL Draft by the Flames, and finally found himself on their ice in 2010, albeit playing in just three games.
The 6-foot-1, 182-pound defenseman scored a total of four goals, 28 overall points, and earned 24 minutes in the penalty box in his NHL career. He hasn’t played in a playoff game during his time in the NHL yet.
A couple of major events that happened in postseason play during his other events were getting nine points in eight games in 2008 with the Saginaw Spirit, and getting 14 assists in 17 games with the Barrie Colts in 2010.
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