Flames sign Jakob Pelletier to ELC

Despite being among the cuts earlier today, Flames 2019 first round pick Jakob Pelletier probably didn’t have a bad day overall. The prospect signed his first NHL contract today with the Flames, a three year ELC.


2 Guys and a Goalie pres. by Odds Shark- Neal/Smith vs. Lucic/Talbot, Brayden Point Extension, Pat Maroon, and Eric Gryba

Welcome to “2 Guys and a Goalie,” starring Dustin Nielson, Joaquin Gage, and Matt Kassian and presented by Odds Shark, Popeye’s Louisiana Chicken, and Sports Clips Haircuts. The show focuses on stories, notes, transactions, and everything else happening all around the NHL and the world of hockey. For episode three, the boys discussed the impacts @Milan…


Flames make major cuts, reduce camp roster to 28

With just over a week until the NHL actually drops the puck, the Calgary Flames have begun to solidify their roster for the upcoming 2019-20 season. The Flames announced today that they have sent 13 players to the Stockton Heat, as well as returned Jakob Pelletier to the QMJHL and released Alexandre Grenier from his…


Flames place five players on waivers

In advance of their impending roster cut-down, the Calgary Flames have placed a handful of pro veterans on the waiver wire. Per the club, they’ve waived defenders Andrew Nielsen and Rinat Valiev and forwards Justin Kirkland, Byron Froese and Buddy Robinson. Once they clear, they’ll be assigned to the American Hockey League’s Stockton Heat.


FlamesNation mailbag: pre-season, part two

There’s a merciful 10 days left until Calgary Flames regular season hockey is back. That’s 10 more days for the Flames to figure out their depth positions, their goaltending, and also do that One Big Thing they’ve been working at all summer long. As a side note, the pre-season is too long.


Luke Philp took the scenic route to pro hockey

Four years ago, the Carolina Hurricanes found a really valuable depth player when they signed Derek Ryan. The Calgary Flames are hoping they’ve found a player that could be similarly useful for them in a fellow product of the University of Alberta Golden Bears hockey program, forward Luke Philp.