Cramarossa Signs One-Year Extension With Anaheim

Photo: Misael Virgen / San Diego Union-Tribune

Photo: Misael Virgen / San Diego Union-Tribune

By Michael Walters

According to, the Anaheim Ducks have signed center Joseph Cramarossa to a one year extension for next season today. The contract is a two way deal worth $724,500.

Cramarossa was drafted in the 3rd round (65th overall) by Anaheim in the 2011 draft. He played for the then AHL Norfolk Admirals in 2013-14 and 2014-15. He briefly played three games for the ECHL Utah Grizzlies in 2013-14. Last season he played in 61 games for the AHL San Diego Gulls. He recorded 17 total points (11G + 6A) with a +/- rating of -13. He appeared in nine playoff games scoring three goals.

It comes as no surprise that GM Bob Murray is back at work the day after announcing that Randy Carlyle would be Anaheim’s next coach. There are plenty of RFAs and UFAs Murray will have to consider whether or not to keep in the organization. Expect more signings and possible trades in the coming weeks and over the course of the summer.

For more on Cramarossa please visit: Prospect Joseph Cramarossa

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