CALGARY - On Wednesday, Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving announced forward Zac Rinaldo has been assigned to the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey League.
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In five games with the Flames this season, Rinaldo has one goal and three points. During his time in Stockton, the 29-year-old has seven points in 14 games.
In addition, forward Austin Czarnik has been placed on waivers with the purpose of assigning him to the Stockton Heat. Czarnik suffered a lower-body injury on Oct. 24 in a 6-5 shootout win over the Florida Panthers. Earlier this month, he was assigned to the Heat on a conditioning stint and played three games in Stockton, scoring one goal and three points in that stretch.