The Canadiens signed Brett Kulak to a three-year extension worth $5.55 million ($1.85M AAV).
In his first season with Montreal, Kulak split his season between the AHL and NHL. The 25-year-old had 11 points (3G / 8A) in 19 games with Laval before adding 17 points (6G / 11A) in 57 games with Montreal. Kulak figures to be a part of the Habs blueline plans to start the 2019-20 season.
Kulak will draw back into the Canadiens lineup on Tuesday.
Kulak was a healthy scratch in Anaheim but will replace Mike Reilly in the lineup vs. the Red Wings. Kulak has three goals and seven assists (10 points) in 44 games this season.
Kulak will be back in the Canadiens lineup on Saturday.
Kulak has been a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace David Schlemko on Saturday. Kulak has just one assist in 12 games this season but is a solid daily fantasy punt—he averaging 2.1 shots per game and 0.8 blocked shots.
Kulak will make his Canadiens debut on Friday.
Source: Arpon Basu 11/23/18, 1:53 pm EST
The Canadiens have recalled Brett Kulak from Laval (AHL).
Kulak has had a nice start to the season in the AHL, leading all Laval defensemen with 11 points (3G / 8A) in 19 games. There is no word whether or not Kulak will make his Canadiens debut on Friday.
The Canadiens have acquired Brett Kulak from the Flames for Rinat Valiev and Matt Taormina.
Kulak was a fourth-round pick (No.105 overall) in 2012 and has appeared in 101 career NHL games with the Flames. The 24-year-old is coming off of a season in which he scored just two goals and six assists (eight points) across 71 games.
The Flames re-signed Brett Kulak to a one-year deal worth $900K.
Kulak will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Kulak will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Kulak was a healthy scratch on Saturday but he will replace Matt Bartkowski in the lineup tonight vs. Toronto. Kulak has just three assists in 14 games this season.
Kulak is expected to draw onto the Flames blueline on Saturday.
Kulak will be a healthy scratch in the Flames season opener.
Kulak, who had 10 points (2G / 8A) in 22 AHL games and three assists in 21 NHL games a season ago was expected to be in the opening night lineup, but Matt Barkowski will get the first crack alongside Michael Stone tonight.
The Flames have sent Brett Kulak to Stockton (AHL).
Kulak appeared in the last three games and six of the last nine, but with the Flames signing Matt Bartkowski to a deal this week, Kulak heads back to the AHL where he has five points (1G / 4A) in 11 games this season.
Kulak (illness) will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Kulak has been battling an illness and has sat out for the last three games, but he will replace Jyrki Jokipakka in the lineup tonight in Pittsburgh. Kulak has just three assists in 18 games with the Flames this season.
Kulak will be back in the Flames’ lineup on Monday.
Kulak has been a healthy scratch for seven straight games, but will replace Jyrki Jokipakka in the lineup tonight. Kulak has registered three assists in 15 games with the Flames this season.
Kulak will make his season debut on Saturday.
Kulak, 22, sat out of the first two games of the season, but will be in the lineup for Dennis Wideman on Saturday. Kulak had 17 points (3G / 14A) in 59 games with Stockton (AHL) a season ago. He has no points in nine career NHL games.
The Flames have recalled Brett Kulak from Stockton (AHL).
The Flames have recalled Brett Kulak and he will make his NHL debut on Saturday.
Kulak, 21, was a fourth round pick (105th overall) in 2012. The 6-foot-1, 185 lbs. defenseman had nine points (4G / 5A) in 22 games with Adirondack after starting the season in the ECHL. Kulak is expected to make his NHL debut on the Flames third pair with John Ramage as his partner.