For the first time in four months the Calgary Flames took to the practice ice on Monday as they began Phase 3 of the NHL’s Return to Play protocol. As you can imagine, it was a little weird. Here’s a roundup of news and developments from Day 1 of camp.
We don’t have official word from the league or broadcasters yet, but it seems like times are starting to emerge from the online chatter. In the case of the Calgary Flames, a pretty reliable source has reported some times for the Flames’ qualifying round series with the Winnipeg Jets.
The National Hockey League says eight new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in players through phase two testing.
Calgary Flames forward Buddy Robinson, Dillon Dube, unable to participate in day one of training camp
Two Calgary Flames players were unable to participate in day one of the teams training camp as Buddy Robinson and Dillon Dube were both absent.
It’s finally here, gang! After being off for four damn months, the Calgary Flames are back on the ice for reals on Monday for Phase 3 of the Return to Play. They have 35 players in camp, so we’ve gone to the trouble to handicapping everybody’s chances of making the trip north for Phase 4…
In the 102-year history of the National Hockey League, 348 individuals have played 1,000 or more regular season games. 44 of them, or 12.6%, have played some part of their career with the Atlanta or Calgary Flames. We call these players Long-Timers. Let’s take a look at Tony Amonte.