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Quick Hits: McCarron, Murphy and Rittich … Flames Running Out Of Cap Space

The Calgary Flames signed David Rittich to a two-year deal. They'll need to make some room to re-sign RFA Matthew Tkachuk.
Canadiens sign McCarron

Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens have signed forward Michael McCarron to a one-year, two-way contract.

McCarron will get $700,000 in the NHL, $125,000 in the minors with $150,000 guaranteed.

Murphy signs in the KHL

Igor Eronko: Former 12th overall pick in the 2011 draft by the Carolina Hurricanes – Ryan Murphy – has signed a one-year deal with Neftekhimik of the KHL.

Flames lock up Rittich

Calgary Flames: The Flames signed goaltender David Rittich to a two-year contract with an AAV of $2.75 million.

Flames running out of cap space but they have some ideas

Ryan Pike: The Calgary Flames now have a second buyout window. It opens on Tuesday and closes at 3 PM MT on Thursday.

Kristen Anderson of the Calgary Sun: The Flames will run with a 1A and 1B tandem this season with David Rittich and Cam Talbot.

The Flames are now left with two restricted free agents – Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane and only about $4.673 million in salary cap space. Tkachuk could possible make double the cap space they have

“We just have to keep looking at each of these things and knock them off the list,” Treliving said. “We’ve talked about Matthew, really, throughout the summer and continue to work away at that. We’ll continue to work at our roster and get the guys we need to get signed, signed, and make sure we have enough shackles in the drawer to get everybody looked after … we think we have some ideas in place and we’ll see how this plays itself out over the next few weeks.”

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