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Diaz and the Flames agreed to a one-year deal Monday, Chris Johnston of Sportsnet reports.

Diaz was invited to training camp and parlayed the tryout into a deal worth a reported $700,000. The 28-year-old will likely be one of the lowest guys on the defensive totem pole, but will provide solid depth at that spot on the roster nonetheless.

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Diaz has collected three assists in four appearances for the Flames during exhibition play.

Diaz, who signed a professional tryout offer with the Flames prior to camp, has turned heads with his offensive production thus far in camp, putting himself in the conversation for a 23-man roster spot. The 28-year-old bounced between three different organizations last season, but has shown some offensive upside at times during his career. If he ends up making the roster, Diaz could be utilized as a third-pairing player.

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The Red Wings have extended Diaz a training camp tryout, but the defenseman has not decided if he will accept it, reports MLive.com.

Diaz played 63 games for three teams last season -- the Habs (46), Canucks (six) and Rangers (11) -- but was also a healthy scratch for 21 games. The Wings are eyeing him because he's a right shot on the back end, but his handlers have told the Wings the defender still has some options on the table and is still weighing what he wants to do.

Raphael Diaz D CGY 5 Months

Raphael Diaz probably won't be New York's lineup for Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night.

John Moore is poised to return from his suspension after he missed Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final and Wednesday's Cup Final opener. Diaz played in Moore's place alongside Kevin Klein in both of those contests. He logged just 10:15 in Game 1 versus Los Angeles.

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Raphael Diaz is expected to play in Game 6 on Thursday night.

The Rangers won't have John Moore in the lineup for their next two games because of a suspension, so the former Montreal Canadiens defender will get a chance to play against his old team. Diaz skated in two playoff games for New York during the Pittsburgh series in Round 2.

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Raphael Diaz played well in his Ranger debut Saturday against the Devils.

He paired with Kevin Klein in place of the injured John Moore, and held his own in the 16:20 of ice time he received. Most importantly, Diaz did get 4:06 of ice time on the Ranger power play. See how he does Sunday night against Toronto. If he has some success with the man advantage he may worth rostering if Moore's concussion keeps him out of action for a prolonged stretch.

Raphael Diaz D CGY 7 Months

Raphael Diaz will play in his first game with the Rangers on Saturday night.

He'll occupy the left side, which isn't his regular position, with Kevin Klein against New Jersey. Diaz is also expected to see power-play time in the contest. He has 13 points in 52 games with Montreal and Vancouver this season.

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Raphael Diaz is projected to be a healthy scratch on Friday.

Diaz was acquired from the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for a fifth round pick on Wednesday. He will probably make his Rangers debut on Sunday instead.

Raphael Diaz D CGY 8 Months

Raphael Diaz has been dealt to the New York Rangers for a fifth-round draft pick.

He had one goal and one assist in six games with the Vancouver Canucks after he was acquired from the Montreal Canadiens. Diaz has picked up 13 points in 52 contests with Vancouver and Montreal this season.

Raphael Diaz D CGY 9 Months

Raphael Diaz scored his first goal of the season in his first game for the Canucks during a 4-1 loss to Boston Tuesday night.

The struggling defenseman was dealt from Montreal on Monday after struggling to find his game early on this season. Safe to say, he made a pretty good first impression in an otherwise dull effort by his new team.