In preparation for the 2018-19 Calgary Inferno season, we are continuing our profiles on Inferno players beginning this week with rookie forward Eden Murray. The are only 15 players on the Inferno from previous seasons, signalling an influx of new blood coming into one of the CWHL’s most successful franchises.
Coming off of giving up at least four goals in two straight games – the first one a loss, the second one a win – the Flames, before heading out on the road, appear to be experimenting with both their forward and defensive groups.
The days are shortening. The temperature is dipping into the 70s. The leaves are starting to (barely) change colors. That could mean only one thing: time for a new season of Stockton Heat hockey.
Sometimes, things don’t change from the preseason to the regular season. What are we worried about? Goaltending. What are we excited about? Rookies. Let’s dive in.