7:11 PM EDT, Thu July 02, 2015

Paul Byron and why re-signing him matters moving forward

If you don't like Paul Byron, hopefully this changes your mind. If you love Paul Byron, hopefully this reinforces the love. If you're still unsure by the end of this, then I don't know what to do tell you. Last summer, the Flames chose not to qualify Paul Byron initially and we all shook our heads in disbelief. It provided them some leverage, specifically avoiding arbitration for the team since Byron had a career year. With his one year $600K deal in tow, Byron had a decent season. Injuries derailed portions of the season for Paul and, coupled with some periods of inconsistency, maligned...

2014-15 report cards: Paul Byron's season

The third instalment of our report cards series features the Flames' undervalued pint-sized winger Paul Byron. As the last remaining piece from the horrifying Robyn Regehr trade, Paul Byron has slowly made the pain from that trade more bearable (considering that he needs to undo the effects of Chris Butler, it's no small task). Coming off of a breakout season where he became known as "Mighty Mouse" thanks to Bob Hartley, Byron had us all in high hopes for 2014-15. It didn't go quite as planned. Initially slotted with Joe Colborne and Johnny Gaudreau on the "two Timbits and a tower" line...

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