Flames sign OHL leader


, Last Updated: 7:17 PM ET

The most decorated goal-scorer in the Ontario Hockey League this season is the latest member of the Calgary Flames.

Barrie Colts sniper Bryan Cameron inked a free-agent deal with the Flames Friday amid a battle for the OHL title.

His Colts are battling the Windsor Spitfires for the championship and a spot in the Memorial Cup.

Flames GM Darryl Sutter has had his eyes on players on both sides during the major-junior post-season current Flames prospect Greg Nemisz is a winger with the Spitfires, and draft pick T.J. Brodie patrols the blueline for the Colts.

The 21-year-old Cameron scored a CHL-best 53 goals in 62 games during the regular season, and has added 11 more tallies in 15 playoff games so far.

At 5-foot-11 and 196 lb., the Brampton, Ont., product should at worst bolster the AHL Abbotsford Heat lineup next season.

Flames fans will hope he's the next Mark Giordano an undrafted free agent signing that went from AHL all-star to a dependable regular with the Flames.

Cameron was drafted 82nd overall in the third round by the Los Angeles Kings in 2007, but never signed with the team.