April 01 2015 04:00PM
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On the heels of being named the NHL's rookie of the year for March, Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau, 21, is now the odds on favorite to take home the Calder Trophy, awarded to the NHL's rookie of the year, according to on-line sports book bodog.ca.
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April 01 2015 02:30PM
A second Calgary Flames player has been honoured for his performance in the month of March. By no coincidence, it's a player on the same line as the other one.
Jiri Hudler was announced by the league as the NHL's Second Star for the month of March and the only skated among the three stars - Ottawa's Andrew Hammond was first star and Minnesota's Devan Dubnyk was third star.
April 01 2015 02:00PM
Because it's never too early for wild speculation, let's talk about whether the Flames should throw $ at Mike Green this summer! What Would You Do Wednesday Returns!
Let's take our mind off of the absolutely terrifying, wonderful, horrible experience that is every moment of this stretch drive for some much needed spit-balling. The Flames are in the thick of a playoff race at the moment but let's take a peek into the bleak summer months and start to think about a player that the Flames could look at pursuing once free-agency begins in July.
April 01 2015 12:13PM
For the second time this season, Calgary Flames freshman Johnny Gaudreau has received monthly honours from the league. The NHL announced today, via press release, that Gaudreau has been named March's NHL Rookie of the Month.
April 01 2015 11:00AM
While the big club is vying for a playoff berth, a few of the Calgary Flames' top prospects are presently in the post-season of their various leagues.
That's the good news. The bad news is that two of them are presently injured, coincidentally both becoming injured in Game 3 of their particular playoff series. Both Morgan Klimchuk of the Brandon Wheat Kings and Mason McDonald of the Charlottetown Islanders are presently on the shelf.