With only a few prospects headed to/in the playoffs and all of the regular seasons over, we bid adieu to the weekly prospect updates. There’s also something more important happening, so let’s focus on that more. It’s a bit more fun.
Although his Sudbury Wolves were swept in the second round of the OHL playoffs, Flames prospect Adam Ruzicka probably isn’t going to be sad about it for long. The 6’4 Slovakian centre will move on to the next phase of his career, having signed an ELC with the Flames Friday.
Being stuck in neutral is arguably one of the worst things that can happen to a prospect post-draft. The ever-growing hockey talent pool and the yearly influx of newer and younger talents mean that they have a very short window to distinguish themselves from the up and coming. If a prospect isn’t going anywhere, it…
It’s been a bit of an open secret for about two weeks now, but the Flames announced today that they have signed KHL goaltender Artyom Zagidulin.
There’s only one more week of prospect regular season action and then their seasons are over. Isn’t it funny how fast time flies?
With that regular season business wrapped up, it’s time for the Stanley Cup playoffs. The playoff schedule for the first round against the Colorado Avalanche has been released.
The Flames have two games left on the schedule, which means it’s time for a brief rest for many of the players who helped get them this far. That means you’re probably going to become a bit more familiar with some Stockton Heat players.
Well, isn’t that something. The Flames are division champs for the first time since 2005-06, and conference champs for the first time since 1989-90. For the next few games, we can kick back, watch the Stockton Heat take on the remainder of the schedule, and wait patiently for the playoffs to begin. Today, we’re looking…
With the regular season almost wrapped up, the Flames are getting a head start on their offseason business. The club announced this afternoon that they have signed 2018 seventh round pick Dmitry Zavgorodniy to a three-year entry-level contract.