Flames make four selections to close out 2019 NHL Draft

The Calgary Flames added four players to their organization on the second day of the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver. Speaking with the assembled media after the conclusion of the draft, general manager Brad Treliving and head amateur scout Tod Button broke down their work on Saturday.


The waiting was the hardest part for Dustin Wolf

After drafting players from Quebec, Russia, Sweden and the United States in prior rounds, the Calgary Flames went back to their roots in the seventh round by grabbing a Western Hockey League standout. They selected Dustin Wolf, a stellar junior netminder who happens to stand a mere 5-feet-11 inches tall and weigh just 160 pounds.


Calgary’s Russian wave continues with Ilya Nikolayev

Once upon a time, the Calgary Flames seemed to shy away from players from the Russian Federation. Any hesitancy appears to be gone, though, as the Flames added the fifth Russian to their reserve list in the past 13 months when they selected Ilya Nikolayev at the 2019 NHL Draft.


What to watch from the Flames on day two in Vancouver

The Flames went through day one of the 2019 NHL Draft in a fairly quiet manner. Calgary didn’t make a trade Friday in Vancouver and ended up using their 26th overall selection on Moncton Wildcats winger Jakob Pelletier. With day two of the draft ready to go, I’ve got three things to watch from the…