Flames Name Jordan Sigalet Goalie Coach

Ryan Pike
August 19 2014 03:38PM

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After a bit of a search, the Calgary Flames got their man. And, as luck would have it, they didn't have to look all that far to find him. The club has officially named Jordan Sigalet to the position of goalie coach for their NHL team.

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PTSD: Post Traumatic Sutter Disorder

Christian Roatis
August 19 2014 01:30PM

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An anxiety appears to have been building in Calgary regarding the Flames' new management team and their seemingly undying thirst for size and toughness. The debate seems to ignite itself on the majority of message board and article comment section, regardless the topic of the original post.

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Reasonable Expectations: Matt Stajan

Ryan Pike
August 19 2014 08:30AM

It's probably fair to say that last year is one that Matt Stajan probably won't want to relive for all the tea in China. In addition to some awful off-ice issues that he and his family had to deal with, Stajan's Calgary Flames club finished fourth-last in the NHL and the veteran missed 19 games between injuries and the other factors.

On the other hand, Stajan had his best offensive season since coming to Calgary. Before you get too excited, it was 33 points, good for sixth on the team. So how good is Matt Stajan at this juncture?

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Hopes and Expectations

August 18 2014 01:15PM

By now you have all read some of the Reasonable Expectation series that my fellow writers here at Flames Nation have been posting. My contribution is going to be somewhat different.

I’m going to examine the entire Flames roster and use a number of advanced stats categories alongside past performances and possible deployments by the coaching staff to try and draw a line in the sand of what the coming season most likely holds in store for the Flames.

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Reasonable Expectations: Brandon Bollig

Ryan Pike
August 18 2014 08:30AM

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On Draft Day, Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving made his first trade as the team's architect, swapping Calgary's second third round selection to the cap-strapped Chicago Blackhawks for Brandon Bollig.

Bollig is basically a younger, better version of Kevin Westgarth. Westgarth's 30, has 16 points in 169 NHL games and has a Stanley Cup ring. Bollig is 27, has 14 points in 125 games and has a Stanley Cup ring. Westgarth played zero games during LA's Cup run. Bollig played 15 in a checking role.

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