Raymond has been released by the Ducks after being placed on unconditional waivers Wednesday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Raymond appeared in four games this season but recorded just three shots on goals and was a minus-2 while averaging 8:55 of ice time per night, not exactly the type of numbers to inspire confidence in fantasy owners or front office execs. If he goes unclaimed, the 31-year-old will be free to sign with any NHL team or even head abroad to continue his career.
Raymond was sent down to the minors Saturday, James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail reports.
The Ducks waived Raymond this past Monday, but elected to keep him on the active roster once they saw he went unclaimed. Since he was sent to the minors Saturday, though, this might be a sign that Rickard Rakell is drawing closer to game action after addressing a visa issue.
Raymond was placed on waivers by Anaheim on Monday, Mark Spector of Sportsnet reports.
Raymond played in all three games so far this season for the Ducks, but his performance apparently didn't impress. It's currently unclear if any other teams are showing interest.
Raymond signed with the Ducks on Monday, Dean Molberg of the Fan 960 reports.
The terms of the deal are still announced, but it appears the 30-year-old will have a chance to provide veteran depth on the wings for an Anaheim squad with several unproven talents currently rostered at the same positions. Although, Raymond's most recent stint in Calgary went over poorly, as he only ended up playing a total of 86 games over those two seasons.
Raymond will be bought out by the Flames after he was placed on waivers Wednesday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Raymond's final year in Calgary has been an abject disaster as he saw action in a mere 29 games, scoring five points in those outings before getting sent down to AHL Stockton. Considering the 30-year-old went unclaimed off of waivers and ended up getting demoted to the minors, it would be surprising if a team picked him up now. Once the winger's buyout is complete, he could find a team that wants to snatch him up on the cheap.
Raymond cleared waivers Wednesday and has been sent to AHL Stockton, Aaron Vickers of NHL.com reports.
Raymond was placed on waivers by the Flames on Tuesday, and will now provide organizational depth with the team's AHL affiliate having gone unclaimed. He could rejoin the team later in the campaign should a need for recall arise.
Raymond has been placed on waivers, Aaron Vickers of NHL.com reports.
Raymond hasn't been overly productive since joining the Flames, with 28 points in 86 games over the last two seasons. He's been in and out of the lineup this season, and being waived doesn't bode well for his playing time.
Raymond has registered a lone goal and assist in eight games this season.
After being a healthy scratch for the first four games of the 2015-16 campaign, Raymond has averaged 12 minutes of ice time in the past eight contests. During that span, he has tallied a total of two points while playing on the fourth line alongside Brandon Bollig and Mikael Backlund. Raymond could see additional ice time if third-line winger Josh Jooris continually fails to produce.
Raymond will be in the Flames' lineup Saturday against the Canucks, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 the FAN reports.
Raymond was a healthy scratch for Wednesday's 5-1 loss to the Canucks, so it appears as though the Flames are slotting him into the lineup in an attempt to shake things up after such an ugly result. Raymond registered 23 points (12 goals, 11 assists) in 57 games with Calgary last season.
Raymond cleared waivers and was back on the ice with Calgary on Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.Raymond comes with a bit of a price tag for his skill set at this point of his career, so teams passed on him. He may actually stay in Calgary for now due to injuries, but being placed on waivers doesn't show a lot of confidence in how much ice time he'll receive.
Raymond was placed on waivers Monday, the team's official site reports.The Raymond signing hasn't done much for Calgary, as he was a healthy scratch at times last year and apparently hasn't impressed in preseason either. He will join AHL Glen Falls if he clears waivers.
Raymond (undisclosed) didn't take part in practice Monday, NHL.com's Aaron Vickers reports.It isn't clear what kind of ailment the 30-year-old winger is dealing with, but for now he can be considered day-to-day. His status for Wednesday's regular-season opener against the Canucks is currently up in the air.
Raymond (undisclosed) skated by himself on Monday, Kristen Odland of the Calgary Herald reports.Raymond was reportedly injured in Saturday's preseason contest against the Canucks, and was not able to finish the game as a result. The injury isn't believed to be particularly serious, so Raymond can be considered day-to-day at this point in time. The 30-year-old veteran winger is expected to assume a bottom-six role with the Flames this season.
Raymond was absent from Flames training camp on Saturday with the flu, Pat Steinberg of Sportnet 960 The FAN reports.Raymond should be considered day-to-day with the ailment. The 30-year-old veteran winger is expected to slot into a bottom-six role with the Flames this season.
Raymond registered a helper Thursday in a 3-1 win against the Kings.After a rough stretch in December and January, Raymond has picked up his production a bit. He does have four points in his last eight games, but that's about as good of scoring as you're going to get from him.
Raymond tallied his 12th goal of the season Friday in a 5-2 win against Detroit.Raymond has a pair of points in three games since returning from paternity leave. He will provide bursts of offense, but you will have to deal with the droughts as well.
Mason (paternity) joined the team in Philadelphia, making him a likely candidate to play Tuesday against the Flyers, Scott Cruickshank reports.Mason left the team briefly on paternity leave, as his wife brought new life into the world Thursday in the form of a baby girl. He has rejoined the Flames, however, which likely indicates he will play again Tuesday.
Raymond (paternity) will not return to the Flames in time for Friday's game against the Islanders, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.Raymond and his wife welcomed the birth of his daughter Thursday morning, so the forward will spend the next few days with his family. He's expected to rejoin the Flames in Philadelphia for Tuesday's game.
Raymond, who is awaiting the birth of his child, will be out for Wednesday's game against New Jersey, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.Raymond should be back by the weekend, and Emile Poirier will take his spot in the lineup for now.
Raymond (personal) will miss Tuesday's game against the Rangers, Roger Millions of Sportsnet reports.Raymond participated in the Flames' morning skate but left the team shortly thereafter to be with his wife, who is due to give birth. It's not yet known if Raymond will be available for Wednesday's game against the Devils, but the for at least one day, the Flames will turn to Emile Poirier in their lineup for his NHL debut.