The Calgary Flames signed defenceman Chris Tanev to a four-year, $18-million United States contract in totally free company late Friday.

The 30-year-old has 22 objectives and 118 points in 514 profession NHL video games, all with the Vancouver Canucks, to accompany 10 points (one objective, nine helps) in 33 post-season contests.

Tanev signed as an undrafted free agent with the Canucks in May 2010 after one season at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

The six-foot-two, 200-pound Tanev joins previous Vancouver teammate Jacob Markstrom in Calgary after the netminder tattooed a six-year, $36-million handle the Flames previously Friday.

Tanev's hard-nosed style caused a number of injury issues recently, but he matched up for all 69 games with the Canucks playing alongside rookie phenon Quinn Hughes before the 2019-20 project was shuttered in March due to the fact that of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Flames add goaltending depth

Calgary also fortified its goaltending depth Saturday, signing another previous Canucks netminder, Louis Domingue, to an one-year, two-way agreement that will pay him $700,000 in the NHL.

The 28-year-old supplies the Flames a 3rd choice behind Markstrom and David Riitich.