July 30 2016 08:00AM
Troy Brouwer wore #36 in St. Louis. It was actually the first time in his career he wore the number; he'd previously worn mostly #22, but occasionally #29 and #26 with the Blackhawks, and #20 with the Washington Capitals.
The number 22 actually isn't taken with the Flames - Drew Shore was the last one to have it, and ways have been parted with him - but Brouwer is bringing his Blues number to the Flames.
July 29 2016 11:00AM
When the puck drops in October, the Calgary Flames will begin their 33rd season in the Scotiabank Saddledome. The season will unfold while the future of the building is openly discussed at Calgary's City Council, as city administration is concurrently exploring the Calgary NEXT proposal and a Plan B situated in Stampede Park. (Council will hear a report on both options in October and make a recommendation as to what option should be pursued further.)
But as the future of the old barn is debated, it's worthwhile to figure out what things need to be carried over to whatever the new building will be and what aspects need to be thrown asunder. With that in mind, we've been asking around, looking around, and polling people in places like Twitter and Reddit to find out what people love about the Saddledome and what they absolutely loathe about the place.
Here's what we found out.
July 29 2016 08:00AM
The real crime here is that Chad Johnson isn't wearing #85.
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July 29 2016 05:00AM
Auston Mattews contract saga over nothing, how do the best NHL teams structure their salary cap, Trevor Linden speaks, Flames off-season report card, all signs point to Connor McDavid to be Oilers next Captain, Pacific division preview, size doesn't matter, Evander Kane, The Tragically Hip and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.
July 28 2016 02:00PM
The Fall wrote:
Christian, I would love to see some numbers with Chiasson on the top line: with more emphasis on this time in Dallas.
Well guess what.