February 21st, 2016 In Calgary Flames, News, Suspensions 0 comments

The Dennis Wideman saga continues to drag on. The defenseman was suspended 20 games for running over linesman Don Henderson just before the All-Star break. While Wideman appealed his suspension, commissioner Gary Bettman upheld all 20 games on review. Wideman and the NHLPA are using their final appeal to take his case to a neutral arbitrator....

February 17th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, News, Suspensions, Top Stories 0 comments

After a lengthy appeal, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has upheld the initial 20-game suspension for Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman. Wideman was initially suspended on Feb. 3 for Jan. 27 collision with official Don Henderson, who was concussed on the collision. The crux of Wideman's defense was that he suffered a concussion on a...

February 17th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, Top Stories, Vancouver Canucks 0 comments

With the NHL trade deadline looming, teams always have players that are deemed untouchable based on their value or potential. I determined which players 20-years old or younger are the most valuable currently for their organization, starting with the Pacific Division. The amount of quality players in this age group vary on every team; some of...

February 2nd, 2016 In Calgary Flames, News, Vancouver Canucks 0 comments

As it becomes a bigger and bigger story that every Canadian team is outside the playoff picture, those teams continue to look for answers. For the Vancouver Canucks that involves placing Brandon Prust on waivers and for the Calgary Flames, Mason Raymond hits waivers. The Canucks have been disappointed in Prust's performance since coming over...

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