Salary status: After this season, Cammalleri has one season left on his contract, with a salary-cap hit of $6 million.
Keep him: The high-skilled forward is scoring at nearly a point-per-game rate, and on a team still clinging to hopes for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, how can trading Cammalleri even be a consideration? The Flames don't appear to be in any rush for a full-scale roster overhaul, and with Cammalleri not breaking the bank on his contract, the Flames can use him as a player to build around offensively heading into next season.
Move him: The Flames don't have the look of a team ready to break a four-season playoff drought, so the time likely has come to start breaking up the group, and that includes Cammalleri. Any team looking to upgrade its second or third line would do well to look at Cammalleri. He's a proven goal-scorer, can play either center or on the wing, and has done well in both conferences.