Flames Prospect Josh Healey Delivers Hits Both on and Off the Ice

Flames Prospect Josh Healey Delivers Hits Both on and Off the Ice

February 16th, 2019 Josh Healey is both a professional hockey player and an entrepreneur who remembers the challenges he faced when he was younger and looking for direction in his hockey career. Because he was too small to be considered a serious prospect for the WHL, he decided to play in the Alberta Junior Hockey...
Calgary Flames' 50-Goal Scorers

Calgary Flames' 50-Goal Scorers

February 15th, 2019 For a relatively young franchise, the Calgary Flames have seen a great deal of strong individual performances since becoming a National Hockey League club in 1972. In particular, the team has had a surprisingly large amount of 50-goal scorers over the years. In the history of the NHL, a...

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February 8th, 2019
Philadelphia Flyers

In today's News & Notes, Artemi Panarin has changed his agent, Matt Grzelcyk is hurt and will miss Saturday's game, Travis Hamonic was at practice despite exiting Thursday's game with a hand injury and James van Riemsdyk has been fined for a high-sticking incident. Related: NHL News & Notes: Koivu, Demko & More Panarin Changes Agent An interesting turn in the saga of Panarin and his future as a pending free agent, the 27-year-old forward has left agent Daniel Milstein and has signed with Paul Theofanous. Coincidentally (or perhaps not), Theofanous also represents Panarin's teammate Sergei Bobrovsky who is in a similar situation to Panarin heading into the trade deadline and eventually free agency. This isn't the first time that Panarin has changed his agent, however, as he also did so when he originally left the KHL to join the Chicago Blackhawks and again late in the negotiation process with the Blackhawks for his current contract, according to Aaron...
February 8th, 2019
San Jose Sharks

CALGARY — Evander Kane scored twice and added an assist on Thursday leading the San Jose Sharks to a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames in a Pacific Division showdown. Kane has nine goals and 13 points for San Jose in games against the Flames since a...
February 7th, 2019
Calgary Flames

Calgary Flames right-winger Elias Lindholm had himself a good time against his former team, the Carolina Hurricanes, last Sunday afternoon (Feb. 3). The Flames fought hard to beat Carolina 4-3, capturing an important win in Raleigh to stay on top of the Western Conference. Though slipping up early, the Flames quickly tied it up 1-1 late in the first period before pulling away in the second and eventually sealing the victory. It was Lindholm who opened the Flames scoring with that game-tying goal in the first. Defenceman Noah Hanifin and centre Derek Ryan also scored to lift Calgary over Carolina. These three players, along with head coach Bill Peters, are all ex-Hurricanes who were facing off against their old club on Sunday. Needless to say, it went as well as they had hoped. While the victory is the main takeaway of the game, there were some other noteworthy occurrences afterward, courtesy of the Flames’ very own Lindholm. Many were amused by what they saw, but for some...
February 7th, 2019
Calgary Flames

The Calgary Flames rolled the dice in the 2017-18 season in an effort to find some forward depth. Seeking a bit of additional offensive oomph, the club signed 45-year-old free agent Jaromir Jagr. The second-highest scoring player in National Hockey League history, Jagr was expected to add some scoring to the Flames' bottom two forward lines. He played just 22 games with the club and only scored one goal, but he's ended up having a big impact on the team's ongoing success. Rubbing Off On His Linemates During his tenure with the Flames, Jagr spent the majority of his time on a line with a pair of young forwards: winger Sam Bennett and center Mark Jankowski. The fourth overall selection in the 2o14 NHL Draft, Bennett had bounced between center and left wing as a young pro but hadn't quite lived up to the promise that he had as a junior star. The Flames' top pick in the 2012 NHL Draft, Jankowski was finally becoming a big-league player after a four years in college and a season...

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Theo Fleury - It's the Size of the Heart That Matters!

  Theo Fleury, born in Saskatchewan, Canada, was one of three sons.  His father, Wally, also played hockey but an injury prevented him from reaching the professional ranks.  As with most young children in Canada, Fleury grew up skating and playing hockey at every opportunity, often... May 14th, 2018