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Flames sign Morrison to a 1-year deal @NHLdotcom

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Forward Brendan Morrison signed a one-year deal with the Calgary Flames on Monday.

Flames assistant general manager Jay Feaster says the 35-year-old Morrison, who was released from a tryout contract with Vancouver on Sunday, could find himself on Calgary's second line in the short term.

With Daymond Langkow (neck) expected to start the season on long-term injury reserve, and Matt Stajan (shoulder) and Ryan Stone (knee) sidelined indefinitely, the Flames were looking thin down the middle for Thursday's season opener against Edmonton.

Flames forward David Moss (shoulder) and Alex Kotalik (knee) are also out indefinitely.

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