Flames Trade Rumour? Done Deal?

June 05 2010 10:13AM



As we near the official end of the season (how awesome have these playoffs been, btw), some rumblings out of Flames-Land that a possible trade may be in the works. Here's what FAN960's 'Boomer' Dean Molberg just tweeted:

Working on a Flames trade rumor this morning. Nothing confirmed, but believe there to be a deal done... Should mention, if true, the deal is not of the blockbuster variety.

After months of scathing reviews, what does DAZ have up his sleeve? Stay tuned to FlamesNation for updates.

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Prospect Profiles - Tim Erixon

Kent Wilson
June 04 2010 05:04PM


The Flames more recent first round pick spent the entire season in the Swedish Elite League, playing for Skelleftea HC. It was Erixon's second season playing pro hockey for the club, despite only recent turing 19 in February. He was a depth player for the team as a 17/18 year old, but managed to play a more prominent role in his sophomore season (45 games, 7 goals, 13 points).

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Jason Gregor
June 03 2010 02:45PM

As the Stanley Cup Finals wind down, I wonder if Patrick Kane is the most under-rated player in the NHL; or at least from the Canadian media and fans. Jonathon Toews gets more accolades than Kane, and despite his 22 points, to Toews 27; Kane hasn’t been mentioned as even a possibility for the Conn Smyth.

Why I wonder?

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Prospect Profiles - MIkael Backlund

Kent Wilson
June 03 2010 10:04AM

Calgary Flames v New York Islanders


While it's almost a certainty that Backlund will make the big team out of training camp this coming October, the young centerman is still technically a rookie and therefore a "prospect", so I felt it would be meaningful to look at his AHL results from last year, given the fact that he spent a majority of the season there.

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Prospect Profiles - Bryan Cameron

Kent Wilson
June 02 2010 10:02AM



We've discussed the recent free agent signee previously here and here. What wasn't mentioned in those articles is the fact that Cameron's team - the Barrie Colts - were one of the strongest clubs in the CHL last year. They finished with a record of 57-9-02 (!!) for 116 points and had a goal differential of +141. Even the Memorial Cup winning Windsor Spitfires didn't boast results that impressive during the regular season. 

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