The Calgary Flames on Tuesday signed defenseman Brett Kulak from the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League to a three-year entry-level contract worth $2.45 million.
Kulak, a native of Stony Plain, Alberta, is in his third full season with the Giants. He's tied for eighth in WHL scoring among defensemen with 14 goals and 46 assists for 60 points and 51 penalty minutes in 69 games.
Calgary Flames prospect Brett Kulak is facing criminal charges after an altercation at a party this summer in Delta, B.C.
Kulak, who was selected by the Flames in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Draft and is in his third season with the Western Hockey League's Vancouver Giants, is charged with assault causing bodily harm and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm.
A pair of NHL prospects could be in big trouble following an off-ice incident in Vancouver.
CKNW radio in Vancouver reports Calgary Flames prospect defenseman Brett Kulak, 19, and Edmonton Oilers forward prospect Jackson Houck (pictured), 18, were each charged with assault causing bodily harm. Kulak also has a secondary charge of making threats to cause death or bodily harm. The...