The Calgary Flames signed forwards Ben Walter, Jon Rheault and defenseman Clay Wilson on Saturday.
Only Walter and Wilson have NHL experience, with Walter playing 24 total games for the Bruins and Islanders and Wilson seeing limited time with the Blue Jackets and Panthers.
Walter, who signed a two-year deal worth $537,500 per year, scored 23 goals and added 47 assists last season for Lake Erie, the Avalanche's AHL affiliate.
Wilson also got a two-year deal for $525,000 per year. He played 15 games for Florida last season and scored three goals and assisted on two others.
Rheault has played for the Flames' AHL affiliate in Abbotsford the last two years. He totaled 12 goals and 22 assists in 79 games last season.