August 01 2014 08:45AM
With Mark Cundari and Joe Colborne signed last week, forward Lance Bouma is Calgary's last remaining off-season loose end. The 24-year-old forward is a restricted free agent, and arguably of all of Calgary's RFAs has the best case for a raise based on how well he played last season.
In the interest of shining a light on why #17 hasn't yet re-signed, here's a brief look at what the Calgary Flames, and what Bouma's representatives, probably think he's worth.
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August 01 2014 08:05AM
Trevor Linden sparks the fighting in hockey debate, a Jake Gardiner type deal in Justin Schultz' future, Flames and Jets goaltending, Nail Yakupov talking the talk, and more in this week's roundup
July 31 2014 08:30AM
1. Lots of decisions to come
The good thing about the Flames, almost regardless of how you choose to look at it, is that there's now, finally, a lot of youth on the team that used to be so typified by its players being in their late-20s and 30s. What that means in the long run is that the team has a chance to build some success for down the road and will likely have a number of affordable and potentially good players under contract for a number of years.
July 30 2014 01:02PM
It's the dregs of the offseason, friends, and as you know, that means content is coming at a premium. I don't like it anymore than you do, but short of inventing a real, working time machine, there's really sweet bippy any of us can do about it.
July 30 2014 08:30AM
A year ago, Max Reinhart was in tough in the Calgary Flames organization after a not-great first year of professional hockey. Now with a really great AHL season under his belt and some NHL experience, now is the time for Max Reinhart to make the jump to becoming a full-time NHLer.
Because after this season, there might not be many more chances for him within the Flames organization.