This is the most bizarre move of the day.
Three months after trading him to the Rangers, the Flames re-signed forward Olli Jokinen to a two-year deal worth $3 million per season.
Jokinen, 31, appeared in 82 games last season between Calgary and New York and scored 50 points (15 goals, 35 assists) and was a plus-3.
At the trade deadline, the Flames traded Jokinen and forward Brandon Prust to the Rangers in exchange for forwards Alek Kotalik and Christopher Higgins.
EN Says: This is just baffling. Jokinen did not work at all in Calgary. He was brought in initially to be a first-line center for Jarome Iginla and those two just did not mesh whatsoever. Seemingly, they washed their hands of the Jokinen mess when they dumped him off on the Rangers.
Jokinen has the skill set to be on of the top 25 players in the NHL, but for whatever reason, he hasn't been able to put everything together outside of Florida. This is a very poor move.
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