Former Anaheim Ducks winger Sonny Milano has signed a professional tryout with the Calgary Flames and will join their training camp.
The 26-year-old is surprisingly a free agent, following a very good season with the Ducks where he notched 14 goals and 34 points.
While most teams are still waiting on to see if he can keep up that level of play, the Flames seem to have seen enough to bring him into the team.
During the NHL media tour last week, Milano’s former teammate Trevor Zegras told theScore that he was “shocked” that Milano had yet to land a contract for the upcoming season.
“I love that guy. One of the best teammates of all-time,” Zegras said. “Maybe he’s just looking for the right fit.”
As a PTO, Milano can still receive and ultimately accept offers from other teams.
Training camp for the Flames begins with medicals on Wednesday.