Cramarossa was cut by the Flames on Wednesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Cramarossa was limited to just 10 games with Vancouver during the 2016-17 campaign, and he failed to secure a point while averaging a mere 10:35 of ice time. The 24-year-old likely lost out to Mark Jankowski -- a training-camp standout -- for a spot on the 23-man roster.
Cramarossa signed a professional tryout agreement with the Flames on Tuesday. Last season, Cramarossa added 10 points and 51 PIM over 49 games with the Ducks, but the Ontario native was held off the scoresheet entirely over 10 contests with the Canucks. Players that hop around the league on PTOs generally aren't viewed as viable fantasy options, and Cramarossa doesn't appear to be an exception to the rule.
Cramarossa (foot) won't play Friday against the Kings. This will be Cramarossa's fifth game missed with this injury. However, in the 14 games prior, he didn't notch a single point, so the fantasy impact here is negligible.
Cramarossa (foot) is having trouble walking and is unlikely to play the rest of the Canucks' road trip. It appears that the ailment Cramarossa sustained will be enough to keep him out multiple games, making him the seventh Vancouver forward dealing with an injury of some kind. Regardless, the 24-year-old hasn't posted a point since Feb. 14, so he is not on the fantasy radar in the majority of formats.
Cramarossa missed practice Wednesday due to a right foot injury, Dave Tomlinson of TSN 1040 reports. Cramarossa reportedly sustained the injury after getting in the way of a shot during Tuesday's overtime win over the Blackhawks. The rookie winger, who has 10 points in 49 games, will be reevaluated ahead of Thursday's road match with the Blues.
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