Byron Froese

C / Calgary Flames / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Reassigned to AHL Stockton

    Byron Froese was assigned to AHL Stockton on Friday, per CBS Sports.Froese had one goal in six games during his stay with the big club. He's missed the last seven contests while serving on the taxi squad. Froese will likely only return to the Calgary Flames active roster should injuries arise among the big club's forwards.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Moves to taxi squad

    Byron Froese was assigned to the taxi squad Saturday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.In a corresponding move, Glenn Gawdin was promoted from the taxi squad. Froese has played six games with the Calgary Flames this season, producing a goal and eight hits.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Bounces between levels

    Byron Froese was sent to the minors and then promoted back to the big club Thursday, per CapFriendly.Froese has remained on the fringe of the Calgary Flames' roster for most of this season, with one goal in five games. He provides a source of toughness should he draw into one of the upcoming two games against the Oilers on Friday and Saturday.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Up from taxi squad

    Byron Froese was promoted from the taxi squad Wednesday.It's another game-day promotion for Froese, who should slot into a fourth-line center role versus the Canucks on Wednesday.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Up to active roster

    Byron Froese was promoted to the active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus the Canucks.This move was expected, as it clears the way for Froese to once again play as the fourth-line center.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Demoted to taxi squad

    Byron Froese was assigned to the taxi squad Friday, according to CBS Sports.Froese has suited up in the last three games with the Calgary Flames, scoring one goal while averaging just over seven minutes of ice time per game. The 29-year-old may be recalled ahead of Saturday's game against the Canucks.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Returns to active roster

    Byron Froese was called up to the active roster ahead of Thursday's game versus the Canucks.As expected, Froese is back with the active roster to center the fourth line. Expect the 29-year-old to keep bouncing between the taxi squad and active roster. He'll likely remain in the lineup while Derek Ryan (finger) is out.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Reverts to taxi squad

    Byron Froese was sent to the taxi squad Wednesday, per CBS Sports.Froese has solidified a spot on the fourth line for the Calgary Flames, so this is likely a paper transaction. He has a goal and three hits in two games. Expect to see Froese get back on the active roster prior to Thursday's game in Vancouver.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Deposits first goal in three years

    Byron Froese scored a goal, doled out three hits and added two PIM in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Jets.Froese tipped in a Juuso Valimaki shot-pass at 13:34 of the second period to put the Calgary Flames ahead 2-1. The 29-year-old Froese hadn't scored since March of 2018 -- he had three goals and 11 points for the Canadiens in the 2017-18 campaign, but hadn't seen NHL ice since then prior to Saturday's game versus the Oilers. Froese has stabilized the Flames' fourth-line center spot in the absence of Derek Ryan (finger). Fantasy managers need not rush to the waiver wire to add Froese, who likely won't score enough to justify a virtual roster spot.

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    Flames' Byron Froese: Called up to big club

    Byron Froese was recalled from AHL Stockton on Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.Froese skated with the fourth line during Tuesday's morning skate, so the 29-year-old is slated to play his second game of the season. He logged a mere 4:50 of ice time in Saturday's win over the Oilers, recording a goose egg in each notable category.