When the regular season ended and the free agency class began to take shape, you could be forgiven if you chuckled at the possibility of the Calgary Flames signing Cam Talbot and the Edmonton Oilers signing Mike Smith. Neither guy set the world on fire in their prior spots, so switching spots would be pretty…
The Calgary Flames have allowed the June buyout period to come and go without making a single transaction. Despite experiencing a cap crunch, general manager Brad Treliving opted not to buy out any players.
Since joining the Calgary Flames as general manager in 2014, Brad Treliving has done a pretty good job building the team up. His trades are shrewd. His drafting is rock solid. He re-signs players to good deals. He just seems to get a bit kooky when free agency opens on July 1.
The Calgary Flames have a lot of business to get to before the 2019-20 season begins, including signing eight restricted free agents and filling some roster holes. The club got to work on that to-do list on Saturday afternoon, announcing the re-signing of forward Alan Quine.
The Calgary Flames kick off their annual development camp next week at Winsport. In addition to the many prospects that readers are familiar with, the club has invited 15 players on try-outs. We’ve dug into these players to let you know who these mystery men are.
The annual Canadian Hockey League Import Draft was held Thursday morning with the Calgary Hitmen using two draft picks. The team used the 37th overall selection on Czech forward Jonas Peterek and the 97th overall selection on Slovakian forward Samuel Krajc.
The Calgary Flames have announced the schedule and roster for their annual prospect development camp. The camp takes place at Winsport from July 4-7, with a controlled scrimmage taking place on the final day.
In the ongoing saga of the Calgary Flames trying to find a second goaltender to play alongside David Rittich, FOX Sports analyst Andy Strickland has thrown another log on the fire. LeBrun has joined the chorus linking the Flames to pending unrestricted free agent Cam Talbot and went a bit further, reporting a pending signing).
The Calgary Flames have been prioritizing skill at the draft table under Brad Treliving. If a player is good enough and produces, the Flames will pick them despite flaws which cause other teams to pass on them. Matthew Phillips may be the most extreme example of that. Despite having a pretty good skill set, he…
Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving was a guest on Sportsnet 590’s Hockey Central at Noon on Thursday. When asked by host John Shannon who would be his team’s starting goaltender when the 2019-20 season opened, Treliving had a pretty interesting response.
The 2019 Free Agent Frenzy class might be one of the most loaded in recent memory. The Flames, despite cap difficulties, might be looking at plucking a few names out of that class, reportedly looking at free agent Pat Maroon from the champion St. Louis Blues.
The Calgary Flames are in the market for a goaltender. With David Rittich qualified (and negotiations ongoing for a new deal for the Czech netminder), the Flames need a second person to tend the twine. One possibility was taken off the market on Wednesday when the Philadelphia Flyers re-upped former Flame Brian Elliott.