Roman Hamrlik is off the open market and back in Alberta, as the unrestricted free agent defenceman has signed on with the Calgary Flames.
TSN has learned it is a two-year deal worth $7 million US.
Hamrlik, a 13-year veteran who has played with Tampa Bay, Edmonton and the New York Islanders, was taken first overall in the 1992 Entry Draft by the Lightning.
In 2003-04, he scored 29 points from the blueline, and helped lead the Islanders to the playoffs for the third straight season.
In 873 career NHL games, he scored 117 goals and 441 points.