Devin Setoguchi’s 2014 season didn’t start out as good as we had hoped. We knew Setoguchi would have to start out on a hot streak to keep his NHL career going.
The Calgary Flames announced that forward Devin Setoguchi cleared waivers and was assigned to Adirondack of the American Hockey League.
Setoguchi, a free agent, had been signed to a one-year contract in late August, but failed to record a single point in 12 games thus far and racked up a minus-7 rating.
The 27-year-old winger totaled just 11 goals and 16 assists over 75 games for the Winnipeg Jets a year ago, his lone season with the franchise.
via Flames assign Setoguchi to AHL | NHL Hockey | SanLuisObispo.