The Calgary Flames took to the practice ice on Monday morning following a day off on Sunday. With a couple key bodies absent, the team has a few things in flux for Tuesday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
There are two ways to look at the Calgary Flames’ strength of schedule the rest of the way. That should read: lack of strength. Ahead of the Friday/Saturday back-to-back set, the Flames’ remaining games were ranked by the NHL as tops in terms of paths of least resistance down the stretch. And while that may…
After playing a game with just 11 forwards, the Flames have brought Curtis Lazar back up to the NHL, reportedly on an emergency recall.
When you have a year like the Flames are having, narrowing down the top “bang for you buck” candidates is not an easy task. The fourth annual instalment of Calgary’s best value contracts is by far the hardest one yet, which is why I’ve expanded from a top three to a top five for 2019….
With that clinching business out of the way, let’s look forward to an offseason that will have tough decisions caused by a cap crunch. Sounds fun!