July 24 2015 11:55AM
Scratch another item off Brad Treliving's off-season to-do list.
The sophomore Calgary Flames general manager has reportedly inked forward Josh Jooris to a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration with the restricted free agent.
#Flames and Josh Jooris settle for 1 yr deal at $975,000.— Tim Wharnsby (@TimWharnsby) July 24, 2015
Josh Jooris settled with CAL at $975,000— Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 24, 2015
July 24 2015 11:00AM
Our unofficial statistics week continues here at FlamesNation as we continued to poke the analytics beehive to look at the 2014-15 edition of the Calgary Flames.
Today we look at special teams.
In a way, this is an extension of yesterday's look at scoring chances using War On Ice's figures. By adjusting for differences in ice-time by looking at the Chances Per 60 Minutes rates, we can see who the most and least effective penalty killers and power-play personnel were on the hockey club.
We set a floor of 50 minutes on the ice for the power-play and penalty kill to limit the discussion to regular special teams contributors.
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July 24 2015 07:00AM
What has Kyle Dubas done, Canucks not having a very good summer, do the Flames have a core group, who is the Oilers next captain, free agents still out there and more in this weeks Roundup
July 23 2015 02:05PM
The Calgary Flames have inked RFA Lance Bouma in advance of a pending arbitration decision. The deal is for 3 years with a cap hit of $2.2M.
July 23 2015 11:00AM
As far back as I can remember, and I'm getting up there, we've collected and analyzed scoring chance data here at FlamesNation. Now that we've had time to dissect all the data we had for zone entries, we figured we might as well review what we had for scoring chances.
A note: our data has proven to be nearly identical to War On Ice's data and with the web tool we use to manually collect scoring chances being discontinued, we've decided to go with War On Ice's for this analysis. They differentiate a bit more between types of scoring chances and their data is a bit more detailed because it's not hand-collected. Lucky buggers.