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Anaheim Ducks sign Mason Raymond

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Raymond had his best NHL season in 2013-14 under Randy Carlyle.

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The Anaheim Ducks have added some forward depth to the organization as they signed forward Mason Raymond.

He will join the Ducks’ organization on a one-year, two-way deal worth $675,000 in the NHL and $225,000 in the AHL.

Raymond dressed in just 88 games over the last two seasons in Calgary and has 28 points to show for it.

As a result of Raymond’s struggles the Flames elected to buy him out in favor of some cap relief.

Raymond’s best days are almost certainly behind him but in 2013-14 he tallied 19 goals and 45 points while dressing in all 82 games for Randy Carlyle’s Toronto Maple Leafs.

At 30 it’s unlikely he’ll ever reach that high again but the Ducks are surely hoping he can find his game under Carlyle and contribute while carrying a very team-friendly cap hit.