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The last trade the Flames made with every team

The trade deadline is a fascinating time to be an observer of hockey, as the deadline often makes for strange bedfellows. In advance of the 2019 NHL trade deadline, we’ve dug through the history books to provide a handy summary of the last swaps the Calgary Flames have made with every other NHL team.

The rundown

Team Date Acquired Sent
Anaheim Nov. 21/13 2014 6th rounder
(175th, Adam Ollas Mattsson)
F Tim Jackman
Arizona Jun. 17/17 G Mike Smith 2018 3rd rounder
(74th, Niklas Nordgren)
G Chad Johnson
D Brandon Hickey
Boston Jun. 26/15 D Dougie Hamilton 2015 1st rounder
(15th, Zach Senyshyn)
2015 2nd rounder
(45th, Jacob Forsbacka Karlsson)
2015 2nd rounder
(52nd, Jeremy Lauzon)
Buffalo Jun. 22/12 2012 1st rounder
(21st, Mark Jankowski)
2012 2nd rounder
(42nd, Patrick Sieloff)
2012 1st rounder
(14th, Zemgus Girgensens)
Carolina Jun. 23/18 D Noah Hanifin
F Elias Lindholm
D Dougie Hamilton
F Micheal Ferland
D Adam Fox
Chicago Jun. 28/14 F Brandon Bollig 2014 3rd rounder
(83rd, Matt Iacopelli)
Colorado Oct. 4/15 F Freddie Hamilton 2016 7th rounder (cond.)
(not converted)
Columbus Apr. 3/13 2013 5th rounder
(135th, Eric Roy)
F Blake Comeau
Dallas Feb. 29/16 D Jyrki Jokipakka
F Brett Pollock
2016 2nd rounder
(56th, Dillon Dube)
D Kris Russell
Detroit Jul. 1/17 2018 7th rounder (cond.)
(not converted)
G Tom McCollum
Edmonton Nov. 8/13 D Ladislav Smid
G Marc-Olivier Roy
F Roman Horak
G Laurent Brossoit
Florida Feb. 27/16 2016 2nd rounder
(54th, Tyler Parsons)
2018 4th rounder
(108th, Demetrios Koumontzis)
F Jiri Hudler
Los Angeles Jun. 27/09 2009 3rd rounder
(74th, Ryan Howse)
2009 3rd rounder
(84th, Nic Deslauriers)
2009 4th rounder
(107th, Garrett Wilson)
Minnesota Feb. 29/16 G Niklas Backstrom
2016 6th rounder
(166th, Matthew Phillips)
F David Jones
Montreal Oct. 1/18 D Rinat Valiev
D Matt Taormina
D Brett Kulak
Nashville Jul. 1/15 2016 4th rounder (cond.)
(not converted)
F Max Reinhart
New Jersey Dec. 30/17 D Dalton Prout G Eddie Lack
NY Islanders Jun. 24/17 D Travis Hamonic
2020 4th rounder
2018 1st rounder
(12th, Noah Dobson)
2018 2nd rounder
(43rd, Ruslan Iskhakov)
2020 2nd rounder
NY Rangers Jun 1/11 F Roman Horak
2011 2nd rounder
(45th, Markus Granlund)
2011 2nd rounder
(57th, Tyler Wotherspoon)
D Tim Erixon
2011 5th rounder
(133rd, Shane McColgan)
Ottawa Feb. 26/18 F Nick Shore 2019 7th rounder
Philadelphia Feb. 25/13 F Mike Testwuide F Mitch Wahl
Pittsburgh Mar. 5/14 2014 3rd rounder (to Chicago) F Lee Stempniak
San Jose Jul. 2/13 F T.J. Galiardi 2015 4th rounder
(106th, Adam Helewka)
St. Louis Jun. 24/16 G Brian Elliott 2016 2nd rounder
(35th, Jordan Kyrou)
2018 3rd rounder (cond.)
(not converted)
Tampa Bay Nov. 12/15 G Kevin Poulin Future considerations
Toronto Nov. 27/18 D Andrew Nielsen F Morgan Klimchuk
Vancouver Feb. 22/16 F Hunter Shinkaruk F Markus Granlund
Vegas Never
Washington Mar. 1/15 2015 2nd rounder (to Boston)
2015 3rd rounder (to Arizona)
F Curtis Glencross
Winnipeg Jan. 30/12 F Akim Aliu D John Negrin


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  • Kzak

    A couple positive standouts was definitely the Russell that got us the pick that used to draft Dube, and the Glencross trade that miraculously yielded us two drafts that were used to get Dougie and Smitty. The one seemingly bad one, in my opinion, is letting the Kyrou pick go for Elliott. I went to see Sarnia Sting play last year to scout Adam Ruzicka but in the end came home and raved (on this forum) about Jordan Kyrou who completely dominated the game. That one is a shame. Also, Debrincat was available so we missed out on him too.

    • Eggy

      Ya your always gonna miss out of some gem draft choices but I think the flames are catching on to drafting these undersized skilled players which carry more trade value than someone who is big and can’t play anywhere needs the nhl