The good news is the really boring procedural parts of negotiating the new arena deal are done. The bad news is we still have a long, long time before the arena opens.
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Calgary’s city council voted 11-4 in favour of the arena deal on Tuesday at City Hall. Speaking with the media and during the council meeting, it became fairly obvious why council members voted the way they did.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Calgary Flames will be moving to a new home… about 500 meters north of the Scotiabank Saddledome. City council has voted to ratify the tentative deal between the Flames, the city and the Calgary Stampede to construct a new arena in Victoria Park.
Calgary’s city council votes on Tuesday afternoon on whether or not to move ahead with the arena deal. With an eye towards what’s going to happen, here’s a quick rundown of who’s likely voting which way.
Calgary’s city council convenes on Tuesday afternoon at City Hall to determine the fate of the tentative arena deal. If they ratify it, the Calgary Flames could have a new home arena by 2024. Given that there are many parties involved, let’s break down what everyone gets from the potential deal.
If there is one thing you can say about the Brad Treliving era, is that you can usually expect a big move in the off-season. The Calgary Flames general manager has made two different Dougie Hamilton trades, brought in Travis Hamonic, and even brought in two different goalies via the trade market in Brian Elliott…
Brad Treliving finished two big offseason tasks in signing Sam Bennett and David Rittich. Now he has one large one left in re-signing Matthew Tkachuk, and it’s going to be his toughest job yet.
It’s the end of July. The draft is complete. Unrestricted free agency is but a memory. Salary arbitration has been dealt with. But Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving still has the biggest pieces of his summer to-do list yet to deal with.
Good news, everybody! Mere hours after both sides filed their salary arbitration stances, the Calgary Flames have agreed to terms with goaltender David Rittich on a two-year contract with $2.75 million per season.
We’re rapidly approaching the scheduled arbitration hearing date between the Calgary Flames and goaltender David Rittich. Both sides are filing their asks with the arbitrator by 9 a.m. MT on Saturday morning, which could either lead to a resolution or send them straight towards the hearing room.
The Calgary Flames re-signed Sam Bennett earlier this week to a two year contract worth $2.55 million per season. The deal is fair to both sides, provides good value, and definitely tightens their salary cap situation.