August 15 2013 12:01PM
A number of the world's top hockey countries held evaluation camps this month in anticipation of the 2014 World Junior Hockey Championships in Sweden and it's generated a little buzz in the Calgary Flames world as a number of it's prospects received invitations to these camps. While not many fan bases pay much attention to which of their prospects get invited to a summer orientation camp, things seemed to be a little different in
August 06 2013 08:30AM
When Jay Feaster officially replaced Darryl Sutter as the General Manager of the Calgary Flames in the December of 2010, a collective sigh of relief echoed through
July 16 2013 10:06AM
With Prospect Development Camp almost at an end, intrigue builds as to which prospects participating have a shot at the big club come October and what the lines might look like once the season opener rolls around. The 2013/14 Flames will undoubtedly feature an unseen blend of youth and veteran presence and will likely carry the youngest average age the team has seen in a decade.
July 10 2013 08:26AM
The Calgary Flames announced the roster for their annual Prospect Development Camp held at WinSport July 10th to 15th, on Monday. The 45 man roster features the usual suspects like Sven Baertschi, Johnny Gaudreau and the recently drafted Sean Monahan but also listed 11 invitee players on tryout contracts.It's always interesting to look into these invitees and investigate as to whether or not any of these guys have the potential to become legitimate prospects.
June 30 2013 05:46PM
After keeping all three 1st Round Picks and turning them into Sean Monahan, Emile Poirier and Morgan Klimchuck, the Calgary Flames opted not to make a move into the 2nd Round where they lacked a pick and used their 3rd Rounder - 67th overall - on Victoria Royal defensive giant, Keegan Kanzig.