Team: Calgary Flames
Contract: One Year/$3.8 Million
Karri Ramo made his return to the NHL with the Calgary Flames in 2013, after playing four seasons in the KHL. In his first two seasons with the Flames, he was more than servicable, helping the underdog Flames make the playoffs in 2015. At the
end of the 2014-15 season, Ramo decided he was going to test free agency.
There must have not been too many suitors for Ramo as he ended up resigning with Calgary. Ramo's 2015-16 season was a roller coaster of a season if there ever was one. He was the Flames starter on opening night, but after struggling in a handful of games, he was sent down to the minors. A week later Jonas Hiller was injured and the Flames recalled Ramo. He finished the season with a 17-18-1 record, with a 2.63 GAA and a .909 save percentage. Those aren't exactly the most attractive numbers and it wouldn't be a surprise if Calgary let Ramo walk as a free agent.