JUST IN: Calgary Flames Have Completed the Signing of Another Canucks Hot Talented Prospect

The Calgary Flames traded Elias Lindholm to the Vancouver Canucks before the trade deadline in exchange for a variety of assets, and the Flames have now secured one of those assets for the next three seasons.

SPOTLIGHT: Hunter Brzustewicz - Kitchener Rangers %

After some supporters began to fear that it hadn’t happened yet, the Flames announced on Thursday that defenseman Hunter Brzustewicz had signed a three-year entry-level contract worth $950,000 per year.

The 19-year-old blue liner is on a roll with the Kitchener Rangers of the OHL this season, tallying 73 assists and 85 points in just 64 games, ranking him 10th overall in scoring and second among defensemen behind probable Flames draft pick Zayne Parekh.

Locking in Bruzstewicz assures that he will be able to join the Calgary Wranglers when the 2023-24 OHL season ends, which would be a significant boost for a squad that will welcome back Pelletier, Coronato, and Wolf from the NHL for the stretch run. As for Brzustewicz, he will undoubtedly have a good chance of making the NHL squad next season, and with his amazing offensive talent, he has the potential to be a game changer for the Calgary Flames, and he might end up being the best asset the organization acquired at the trade deadline.

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