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Dan Vladar is not a household name, but the Calgary Flames are betting that he has the goods to back up Jacob Markstrom in 2021-22.
The Calgary Flames were willing to give Oliver Kylington one more shot, and man, oh man is he making the most of it.
The Flames could lose 23-year-old prospect Matthew Phillips if he doesn’t make the club this season, a precarious position for the club.
If you are looking for a few great value adds in the final rounds of your fantasy draft, consider these Calgary Flames players.
The Calgary Flames could see breakout performances from a couple of their forwards, as well as maybe their new top defenseman.
If the Calgary Flames are going to have success in the 2021-22 season, they will need Sean Monahan to return to form.
Calgary Flames coach Darryl Sutter is counting on some familiar faces to solidify his fourth line in 2021-22.
With the 2021-22 season nearing, here is a look at 3 Calgary Flames who could be up for individual awards in less than a years time.
The Calgary Flames are looking for a bounce-back season. These three bold predictions would go a long way into helping that happen.
As the Calgary Flames hold rookie camp, it is key to some of their prospects to keep alive their dream of being invited to training camp.
The 2021 offseason plan seems more clear now for the Flames. They added big bodies on defence and forwards who play defence first.
When the Calgary Flames signed veteran free agents this offseason, it takes away a lot of opportunities for their prospects in 2021-22.
For the first time in decades, the Calgary Flames will begin the 2021-22 season with stable goaltending, something the team has been missing.
Juuso Valimaki has a chance to replace Mark Giordano on defense for the Calgary Flames in the 2021-22 season.
After acquiring him from the Chicago Blackhawks this offseason, the Calgary Flames are hoping for the best version of Nikita Zadorov.
The Calgary Flames did not have the 2020-21 season they wanted. In order to get back on track, these three players need bounce-back seasons.
Assuming the roster remains the same, the Calgary Flames will need players to outperform their contracts like the ones here.
Following the 2021 Entry Draft, here are the Top 20 prospects for the Calgary Flames heading into the 2021-22 season.
The Calgary Flames have five prospects that will fight for a 2021-22 roster spot in training camp and could make roster decisions hard.
With the Calgary Flames in the thick of putting together their 2020-21 roster, these five prospects should be deemed are untouchable.
When the Calgary Flames lost Mark Giordano to the Seattle Kraken in the 2021 NHL Expansion draft, they didn’t just lose their captain.
Losing your captain and longest-tenured defenceman will shake things up. That is the case for the Calgary Flames heading into next season.
For the first time in eight years, the Calgary Flames are currently without a team captain. Who will fill the void?
We’re still seven weeks from training camp but it’s never too early to imagine what the Flames’ forward ranks will look like.
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