7:30 a.m., Feb. 7)
Orléans native Taylor signs two-way deal with Calgary
native and former Cumberland Grad goaltender Danny Taylor
is now a Calgary Flame. The Flames signed the 26-year-old
to a one-year, two-way contract on Wednesday thought to
be worth $525,000.
has playedon nine different teams since getting drafted
by the Los Angeles Kings in 2004, bouncing between the
AHL and the ECHL. Among the teams he's played for are
the Bakersfield Condors, the Wheeling Nailers, the Texas
Wildcatters, the Reading Royals, the Gwinnett (Duluth,
Georgia) Gladiators and the Hamburg (Germany) Freezers.
only appearance in the NHL was in 2007 when he played
one period for the Kings, allowing two goals on 10 shots.
the past two years he's manned the pipes for the Abbotsford
Heat. In 26 games so far this year he's won 18 games and
has amassed a 1.77 GAA with two shutouts.
Flames signd Taylor after Miika Kiprusoff went down with
an injury on Sunday.
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