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Flames hand one-year deals to Bouma, Byron

Jul 20, 2013, 10:39 PM EST

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The Calgary Flames made some more small signings on Saturday, agreeing to one-year, two-way contracts with forwards Lance Bouma and Paul Byron.

Bouma, 23, would make $577,500 at the NHL level and $100K in the AHL while Byron, 24, gets $643,500 in the NHL and $125K in the AHL.

Each forward has a decent amount of NHL experience.

Bouma has played 43 games between 2010-11 (16 GP) and 2011-12 (27 GP), all with the Flames. He scored four points in those 43 contests.

Byron has 34 games on his NHL resume, with 26 coming for Calgary, including his one-assist, four-game stint in 2013.

The Flames have been taking care of business lately, as they also signed second-rounder Patrick Sieloff this weekend and inked a deal with defenseman Mark Cundari earlier this week.

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