Flames select Adam Fox at 66th overall

Ryan Pike
June 25 2016 09:07AM

The Calgary Flames have made their third round selection in the 2016 NHL Draft. They've selected defenseman Adam Fox of the U.S. National Development Program at 66th overall.

(The only photo Getty had of him was from his days with the Long Island minor hockey program when he was 15 or 16.)

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Flames pick Dillon Dube at #56

christian tiberi
June 25 2016 08:59AM

With their second second round pick of the morning, the Flames have selected centre Dillon Dube from the WHL's Kelowna Rockets.

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Flames select Tyler Parsons at 54th overall

Ryan Pike
June 25 2016 08:52AM

After a bit of waiting, the Calgary Flames have made their second selection of the 2016 NHL Draft. At 54th overall, with the pick obtained from trading Jiri Hudler to the Florida Panthers, they have selected goaltender Tyler Parsons of the London Knights.

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Flames Draft Targets: Potential steals in later rounds

christian tiberi
June 25 2016 08:00AM

We are (unfortunately) moving towards the end of our draft coverage. We've focused extensively on the first three rounds, now it's time for the rest.

Instead of throwing darts at a list, we're going to look for the steals of this draft. The Johnny Gaudreaus and the T.J. Brodies of this draft who have slipped for whatever reason. Players who have faced crappy circumstances (bad teams, limited ice time etc.) or scouting biases (too small for the most part) but have good enough production to warrant their names being written down on a Flames draft card.

Instead of a whole profile, we're just going to give you little tidbits on guys the Flames should be focused on during the final rounds of the draft.

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Flames snag Tkachuk and Elliott on Day 1 of draft

Ryan Pike
June 25 2016 07:00AM

In the run-up to the first round of the 2016 NHL Draft, we heard all kinds of crazy rumours about the Calgary Flames. In short? The Flames had been connected to basically every team, pursuing every goalie, and were going to trade everything to get everything else.

What ended up happening was a lot less scary, and much more befitting the poker player that is Flames General Manager Brad Treliving: they used their first round pick to grab Matthew Tkachuk and traded their best second round pick to St. Louis to land themselves goalie Brian Elliott.

They needed a starting goaltender and some additional high-end forwards. They got a starting goaltender and a high-end forward. Now they turn the page towards the second day of the NHL Draft (which begins at 8 a.m. MT).

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