A mid-season ranking list of the top-50 NHL players released by TSN has no Calgary Flames on it. In their preseason ranking, the Flames had four players on the list.
The beginning of autumn and the onset of National Hockey League camps were once heralded by the annual Young Stars Classic rookie tournament in scenic Penticton, British Columbia. Well, the tournament is coming back and the Calgary Flames will be a part of it in Sept. 2020.
It’s the All-Star Break! Our weekly call for mailbag questions resulted in a ton of good questions, so we’ve split the mailbag into two parts this week. Part one on Monday dealt with some big macro thoughts on where the Flames are going as a franchise. Part two digs into more trade deadliney things.
Every August, here at FlamesNation we put together our Top 20 prospects rankings. Now that we’re well into the 2019-20 hockey calendar, at every level, let’s take a look at how the players in our Top 20 are faring so far this season