The last trade the Flames made with every NHL team

The National Hockey League trade deadline is rapidly approaching. As the Calgary Flames prepare for the chaos that always comes on March 1, we felt it was prudent to revisit an old resource and update it.

Curious as to how long it’s been since the Flames made a swap with the other 29 NHL clubs? We dug into it and have a handy tracker for you.

The Rundown

Transactions in bold were made by current Flames general manager Brad Treliving.

Team
Date Details
Anaheim 11/21/2013 Tim Jackman to the Ducks for 2014 sixth round pick (Adam Ollas Mattsson)
Arizona 2/20/2017 2017 third round pick and conditional 2018 fifth round pick to the Coyotes for Michael Stone
Boston 6/26/2015 2015 first round pick (Zach Senyshyn) and two 2015 second round picks (Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson and Jeremy Lauzon) to the Bruins for Dougie Hamilton
Buffalo 6/22/2012 2012 first round pick (Zemgus Girgensons) to the Sabres for 2012 first round pick (Mark Jankowski) and 2012 second round pick (Patrick Sieloff)
Carolina 12/30/2013 Greg Nemisz to the Hurricanes for Kevin Westgarth
Chicago 6/28/2014 2014 third round pick (Matheson Iacopelli) to the Blackhawks for Brandon Bollig
Colorado 10/4/2015 Conditional 2016 seventh round pick (condition not triggered) to the Avalanche for Freddie Hamilton
Columbus 4/3/2013 Blake Comeau to the Blue Jackets for 2013 fifth round pick (Eric Roy)
Dallas 2/29/2016 Kris Russell to the Stars for Jyrki Jokipakka, Brett Pollock and 2016 second round pick (Dillon Dube)
Detroit 3/3/2010 Riley Armstrong to the Red Wings for Andy Delmore
Edmonton 11/8/2013 Roman Horak and Laurent Brossoit to the Oilers for Olivier Roy and Ladislav Smid
Florida 2/27/2016 Jiri Hudler to the Panthers for 2016 second round pick (Tyler Parsons) and 2018 fourth round pick (pending)
Los Angeles 6/27/2009 2009 third round pick (Nicolas Deslauriers) and 2009 fourth round pick
(Garrett Wilson) to the Kings for 2009 third round pick (Ryan Howse)
Minnesota 2/29/2016 David Jones to the Wild for Niklas Backstrom and 2016 sixth round pick (Matthew Phillips)
Montreal 1/12/2012 Rene Bourque, Patrick Holland and 2013 second round pick (Zachary Fucale) to the Canadiens for Mike Cammalleri, Karri Ramo and 2012 fourth round pick (Ryan Culkin)
Nashville 7/1/2015 Max Reinhart to the Predators for a conditional 2016 fourth round pick (condition not triggered)
NY Islanders 7/14/1998 Rights to Jorgen Jonsson to the Islanders for the rights to Jan Hlavac
NY Rangers 6/1/2011 Tim Erixon and 2011 fifth round pick (Shane McColgan) to the Rangers for Roman Horak and two 2011 second round picks (Markus Granlund and Tyler Wotherspoon)
Ottawa 6/27/2016 Patrick Sieloff to the Senators for Alex Chiasson
Philadelphia 2/25/2013 Mitch Wahl to the Flyers for Mike Testwuide
Pittsburgh 3/5/2014 Lee Stempniak to the Penguins for 2014 third round pick (later traded to Chicago for Brandon Bollig)
St. Louis 6/24/2016 2016 second round pick (Jordan Kyrou) and conditional 2018 third round pick (pending) to the Blues for Brian Elliott
San Jose 7/2/2013 2015 fourth round pick (Adam Helewka) to the Sharks for T.J. Galiardi
Tampa Bay 11/12/2015 Future considerations to the Lightning for Kevin Poulin
Toronto 9/28/2013 2014 fourth round pick (later traded to St. Louis) to the Maple Leafs for Joe Colborne
Vancouver 2/22/2016 Markus Granlund to the Canucks for Hunter Shinkaruk
Washington 3/1/2015 Curtis Glencross to the Capitals for 2015 second round pick (later traded to Boston) and 2015 third round pick (later traded to Arizona)
Winnipeg 1/30/2012 John Negrin to the Jets for Akim Aliu

Some Notes

Treliving has traded with Vancouver twice, Arizona twice and Florida twice.

If you smush all of Brad’s moves into one big trade:



Assets Out Assets In
Curtis Glencross
Jiri Hudler
Kris Russell
David Jones
Patrick Sieloff
Sven Baertschi
Max Reinhart
Markus Granlund
2014 third round pick
2015 first round pick
2015 third round pick
cond. 2017 seventh round pick
2017 third round pick
cond. 2018 third round pick
cond. 2018 fifth round pick
future considerations
Dougie Hamilton
Brian Elliott
Alex Chiasson
Michael Stone
Jyrki Jokipakka
Brandon Bollig
Freddie Hamilton
Niklas Backstrom
Kevin Poulin
Hunter Shinkaruk
Brett Pollock
2015 second round pick
cond. 2016 fourth round pick
2016 second round pick
2016 sixth round pick
2018 fourth round pick

Treliving’s credo over the past three seasons seems to be “If we don’t have plans for somebody, let’s get something back for them.” As a result, the Flames managed to flip a lot of assets from the Jay Feaster regime for draft picks and then either use those picks outright (taking Rasmus Andersson and Matthew Phillips, among others), use them to move up (they traded up to draft Oliver Kylington) or use them to solve other problems (acquiring Dougie Hamilton and Brian Elliott).

  • Sanintarious

    I’d really like to see the Flames perhaps target Patrick Sharp. I know “how would he fit under the cap?!”. Would require BT to get crafty, but I think he would be a good add- Price depending. At least bid LAK up if they are targeting him 🙂

  • The GREAT WW

    Engelland and Stajan (edit: I was actually thinking Bouma but couldn’t think of his name…) to Minnesota for their cup run.

    Jordan Greenway to the Flames for our cup run in a few years….

    WW

  • The Doctor

    I like those trades where we got Tyler Parsons, Dillon Dube and Matt Phillips in return. All very good prospects, although Phillips does have that size issue. I thought Dube looked very good at the World Juniors, even though he didn’t score a ton. Parsons is obviously a tantalizing goalie prospect right now.

    I really like what we got in return for Russell and David Jones, thumbs-up to BT on those two, even if those prospects don’t eventually pan out.

  • dustin642

    Didn’t we get PL3 from New Jersey for like a 2012 5th round pick??
    I mean, I don’t really want to remember it either.
    The internet tells me that the Devils used said pick to draft Graham Black 135th overall

  • The GREAT WW

    Oiler fans seem to think that the Oilers are way better this year than years before….

    I only see the Oilers beating the Flames as the difference this year; if the Flames win all their games against the Oilers like they use to the Oilers are still where they use to be.

    So congratulations on beating the Flames 4 times; but your team is still terrible….

    WW

    • Eggs Bennett

      Not to mention they beat CGY amidst crappy defense, goaltending, and PDO streaks. Way to go NHL for distributing the schedule for the BOA this year…

    • TurkeyLips

      And to think the mighty McDavid was injured for more than half of last season…

      A McDavid injury going forward will leave them terribly exposed, just as it always will. Even more now without Hall.

  • The Doctor

    BTW if I were a Canucks fan — and I’m not — I would be very happy with what they got for Burrows. Dahlen is a very exciting prospect. I guess someone smart would have to explain to me why the Senators think they need to acquire Burrows (especially in return for giving up a prospect like that). IMO he’s a spent rocket now.

  • The Sultan

    Lol LA just blew it in overtime. Granlund pretty much danced around their whole team and turned Quick inside out. Hoping Bishop starts tomorrow so we can school him as well. Am I the only one who thinks LA went out and got 2 #1 goalies specifically so they can beat us?

  • Pond Hockey

    Instead of grumbling you should all go to ON and check out some of the comments recently. Makes for quite an enjoyable read actually. No need to troll, just sit back and enjoy.

  • Pond Hockey

    There will be some diamonds to be found in this years draft. Unless you’re a legitimate contender I doesn’t pay to gamble away picks. The prospect shelves have to stay stocked in a salary capped environment.

  • freethe flames

    Caps now look like the team to beat. While I am all for BT making a move I sure hope he does not get into a bidding war for a rental and need to use our 1st or 2nd. We are not yet at an all in stage. If he uses the picks it has to be for someone who is an upgrade over Brouwer and has term.

    • dontcryWOLF88

      Speaking personally, Tre has bought more faith than that. I dont think he will do anything stupid asset wise. ‘

      Shattenkirk is the best deal so far this draft, however, i dont know wshingtons cap/ player contract situation well enoguh to know if they can even sign him. I bet not. If true, thats a pure rental, and only a good deal for 20+ games, then a bad deal if no cup.. I can easily imagine the capitals finding yet another way to lose in the 1st or 2nd round.

      Past that, and based on what ive seen from Stone, I think Tre’s deal is a sneaky second for best value deal so far this trade deadline. ehhh, maybe tied with Eaves to Aneheim. I dunno.

    • dontcryWOLF88

      Interesting idea..I think I might take that if it was possible. Tatar is a great two way player and puts up decent points.

      HIs contract is $2.7m, to Boumas $2.2. That works. Though, Tatars deal ends after this year.

      I could see detroit taking this deal though and having it work out for both sides.