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Stajan signs contract extension with Flames

Matt Stajan
Matt Stajan
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According to TSN on Monday, the Calgary Flames have signed center Matt Stajan to a contract extension.

The terms of the deal are for four more years worth $12.5 million. Stajan was going to be an unrestricted free agent because he was in the final year of a four year contract.

Stajan, a native of Mississauga, Ontario, has seven goals and ten assists for 17 points this season, but is a horrible -18. He also has not shot the puck with great frequency as he only has 44 shots in 41 games played.

Stajan is the only Calgary Flame left that the franchise acquired in the Dion Phaneuf blockbuster deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs on January 31, 2010. The 2009-2010 season was Stajan's best year in the National Hockey League. He notched 19 goals for 38 assists for 57 points.

The Calgary Flames are currently playing the San Jose Sharks with the score 2-2 after the first period. Jiri Hudler and Kevin Westgarth have scored for Calgary.