The medal round began on Thursday at the 2019 World Hockey Championship in Slovakia. The Calgary Flames began the day with five potential medalists, but that was pared down to just one by the end of the quarterfinals.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are winding down and for teams that aren’t in the mix, trade chatter is beginning to heat up. Per a pair of reports from The Athletic’s Michael Russo and Josh Yohe, the Calgary Flames have had discussions with the Minnesota Wild for a move involving Jason Zucker.
The Calgary Flames have added three Europeans to their organization so far this off-season, and may potentially add more before the regular season begins. During general manager Brad Treliving’s tenure they have frequently added European free agents, but the on-ice results for these signings have varied wildly.
While the hockey stick graph was originally coined in regards to climate change, it also seems appropriate for the progression of Andrew Mangiapane, who unlike most climatologists actually wields a hockey stick. Having been on the cusp of making the NHL for the past few years, he was finally able to put the pieces together…
The Calgary Flames have added several Europeans to their group so far this off-season. Per a report by Swedish journalist Uffe Bodin, they may be close to adding another.
Under Brad Treliving, the Flames have mostly ignored the college system in the draft. With the 25 picks before the 2018 draft, the Flames only selected college bound kids twice (Brandon Hickey and Mitchell Mattson).
Coming into the 2018-19 season, the big question around Mark Jankowski was if he would be able to build off his solid rookie campaign. Nine months later, the answer seems to be yes, but nothing worth writing home about. However, since writing about it is what we do here, let’s dive into a season of…
It was a bit of good news and bad news for the Calgary Flames players on the final day of round robin action at the 2019 World Hockey Championship.
The off-season is about a month old, which means general manager Brad Treliving is just getting started. Calgary has lots to figure out coming off a disappointing five game playoff exit and Treliving has never been one to be passive. From potential trades to free agency, the Flames are staring at one of the most…
In a lot of ways, Michael Frolik had a strong 2018-19 season for the Calgary Flames. In a few other ways, though, he had some challenges – and those challenges may send him packing for another city during the off-season.
By virtue of some victories on Sunday and Monday in Slovakia, all five Calgary Flames playing at the World Hockey Championship have advanced to the quarterfinal round.
Because we didn’t get that many questions.