Byron (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
There is no word on what is ailing Byron, but if he is unable to go, Brandon Bollig is expected to be back in the lineup. Monitor Byron’s status during pre-game warmups.
Byron (personal) will return to the Flames lineup Wednesday.
Stajan missed the last three games for personal reasons, but will be back in tonight vs. the Kings. He has seven goals and 13 assists in 45 games.
Byron will not play on Thursday because he and his wife are expecting the birth of their child.
Byron has recorded four goals and three assists in his last 11 games, but will not take on the Lightning tonight. He will be replaced by Ben Hanowski.
Byron is out tonight with a lower-body injury.
Byron left Monday's contest and did not return. He played just 6:16 and was a minus-1 before retiring to the dressing room for the evening. Byron is expected to be replaced by T.J Galiardi.
Paul Byron makes season debut tonight.
There is no word on who will come out for the Flames but Byron is in. Byron has five goals and 13 assists in 23 games with Abbotsford (AHL) this season. Byron is a 24-year-old centre who was drafted 178th overall in 2007 and has spent the three seasons in the Flames system.
The Flames have reassigned centre Paul Byron to the Abbotsford (AHL).
Byron has been activated from Calgary’s Injured Reserve List where he has been since suffering a hand injury in a game against Dallas on February 13th.
Source: Flames 04/14/13, 11:47 am EST
Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames announced today that they have assigned forward Paul Byron to the Abbotsford Heat (AHL).
Byron scored three goals and five points in 22 games with the Flames. He has no fantasy hockey value while down in the minors.
#Flames lines at practice this morning: Byron-Horak-Kolanos,
Byron moves up to the third line. The rookie has three goals and four points in 21 games.
Source: @NHLFlames 02/20/12, 7:40 am EST
#Flames lines: Byron-Stajan-Jackman
Byron will start on the fourth line. In 18 games with the Flames he has two goals and an assist.
Breaking: #Flames recall Paul Byron from Abbotsford. DETAILS ~ http://bit.ly/y6R8aL
Byron comes up to replace the injured Mikael Backlund. The rookie has two goals and an assist through 18 games.
Source: @NHLFlames 02/12/12, 1:50 pm EST
#flames reassign F Paul Byron to Abbotsford.
The rookie's demotion likely clears room for Alex Tanguay to get back into the lineup. Byron scored two goals and an assist in 18 games.
Source: John Down 01/21/12, 5:44 am EST
Paul Byron comes out of the line-up for Cammy. #Flames
He scored two goals and three points through 18 games. He may get a ticket back to Abbotsford if the Flames feel he needs more seasoning.
Byron Jones Comeau
Byron has two goals and three points in 15 games.
CALGARY, AB -- The Calgary Flames announced today that they have recalled forward Paul Byron from the Abbotsford Heat (AHL) as a result of Flames forward Matt Stajan having been placed on Injured Reserve due to an ankle sprain.
Byron scored four goals and seven points through 18 games and figures to play on the third or fourth line.
Paul Byron headed back down to the Abbotsford Heat of the AHL. #Flames #Calgary
The Flames upgraded when they claimed Blake Comeau, giving Byron more time to develop in the AHL.
Interesting Paul Byron is slated to play on the wing. Reports from Abby suggests his defensive game is much better too.
Look for Byron to replace Matt Stajan on the third line. He scored three goals and four points through nine games with the Abbotsford Heat.
Calgary Flames recall Paul Byron from the Abbotsford Heat of the AHL. #Flames #Calgary #NHL #FantasyHockey
Byron scored three goals and four points over nine games with the Heat. He probably plays a bottom-line role.
Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames announced today that they have assigned forwards Lance Bouma and Paul Byron to the Abbotsford Heat (AHL). The Flames now have 28 players remaining at training camp: two goalies, nine defensemen and 17 forwards.
No immediate fantasy hockey value in the AHL.
It's another look for Roman Horak and Paul Byron, along with Lance Bouma; all three guys are hoping to crack the opening day lineup if injury situations play in, or if there is merit for them to be playing.
Byron scored 26 goals in 52 games last season while with the Portland Pirates of the AHL, earning an eight-game tryout. Clearly he is an offensive player but the jury remains out whether the diminutive forward can score in the NHL. He will at least need a top-6 lineup spot to be successful-- a role the team does not have open at this point.