September 27th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Flames Prospects 0 comments

You'll have to excuse Brad Treliving, GM of the Calgary Flames, if he's not feeling the World Cup of Hockey hype right now. Mikael Backlund’s concussion, sustained at the tournament, combined with the stellar performance (4 pts in three games) of unsigned puck magician Johnny Gaudreau leaves the Flames with lots of unanswered questions as...

September 27th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

With the hype that surrounded the revamped World Cup of Hockey leading up to the middle of this month, it seemed only fitting that Scotiabank would release arguably one of the best hockey commercials in recent memory. The commercial - part of the bank’s fifth season initiative aimed to connect young players with the great game of hockey -...

September 27th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Previews and Predictions 0 comments

With the Calgary Flames preseason underway, there is a common narrative among players and coaches. It's the story of second chances and how they can have a positive impact. Ranging from players like Alex Chiasson, Linden Vey, Lauri Korpikoski, Chris Higgins, to Nicklas Grossmann -- the Flames have shown early that they are not afraid of...

September 23rd, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Injury Report, News, Top Stories 0 comments

Calgary Flames defenseman Ladislav Smid has consistently battled a neck injury over the last couple seasons. Flames general manager Brad Treliving announced Thursday that Smid will sit out the entire 2016-17 season recovering from that neck injury. Smid only saw 22 games of action last year and 31 the season before that. The decision to...

September 22nd, 2016 In Calgary Flames, News 0 comments

As announced by the Calgary Flames and according to their training camp roster, Mikhail Grigoriev has inked a PTO with the team. Grigoriev, 25, never enjoyed much international exposure, playing with Team Russia in only a couple of European tournaments. However, his solid play in the KHL didn't go unnoticed, as he is now on a try-out contract...

September 12th, 2016 In Calgary Flames, Editor's Choice, World Cup 0 comments

When Johnny Gaudreau began to play organized hockey, he faced doubters and critics that suggested he go do something else. He was too small, they said, and he would get exposed at higher levels of competition. That assertion has turned out to be completely removed from reality, as he's proven since he was a teenager. Rising to the...

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