Winger Paul Byron got into 47 games with the Flames in the 2013-14 season. He has played in 81 career NHL games. He started his NHL career in Buffalo, playing in eight games, and was traded to the Flames on June 25, 2011.
Byron posted 21 points in the 2013-14 campaign, averaging 0.45 points-per-game.
The Ottawa, ON native scored seven goals last year, a new career-high. Two of those tallies came on the power play, one was a short-handed marker, and he notched one game-winner.
Despite only playing in 47 games and his smaller stature, Byron was 12th amongst all Flames skaters in hits with 63 on the year.
Byron was tied for seventh amongst Flames skaters with 29 takeaways on the year.
The 25-year-old's plus-six rating is second amongst Flames skaters. Only Mark Giordano's plus-12 topped him.
Byron re-signed with the Flames on July 3, 2014. He is on a one-year one-way contract.