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It’s always a good time to remember that Dustin Wolf was four picks away from going home and trying again next year at the NHL Draft.
The Flames need to improve, now and in the future. How do they get it done? Plus, how to void Milan Lucic’s contract (tangentially related) and David Rittich’s chances of scoring a goal (not at all related).
It would be ironic considering the point of this article to begin with the cliché “the definition of insanity is trying the same thing and expecting different results” but hey, it really does fit.
With some complacent bottom six scoring, injuries starting to pick up, Tobias Rieder on waivers, and a shot of life needed for the big team, could call-up season be upon us?
In the spirit of the Heritage Classic, we’ve added a little retro spice to this week’s mailbag.
Alexis Lafreniere must be thankful that his draft stock is going up because he has little Dmitry Zavgorodniy on his line.
The Calgary Flames haven’t had the best start to their season. Maybe (definitely) it’s a bit too early to panic, but what could be the long term impact if things keep going this way?
A 3-1 scoreline isn’t really worth getting excited about, but the Flames felt like a more complete, more rounded team in their win against the Flyers. Considering how rough the early season has been, we’ll take it.
Babyfaced assassin Eetu Tuulola gets his North American moment in the sun.
We’re gluttons for pain, apparently.
Last night, David Rittich wasn’t David Rittich. The problem was that the Calgary Flames remained the Calgary Flames.