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Time for the Stockton Heat 2018-19 preview

Hockey is back here in the Central Valley of California, with less than a week until the only home preseason game for the Stockton Heat. I want to thank the writers here at FlamesNation for allowing me to continue providing updates from the farm. In my second season, I will be trying to dive deeper…

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Why can’t the Flames focus on successful NHL and AHL teams?

Throughout this past season, I was able to provide FlamesNation with a firsthand look at their AHL team, the Stockton Heat, in their pursuit of the Calder Cup trophy. I wrote about players, their progress, their strengths and weaknesses, and where they would fit in if (and when) called up to Calgary. When I questioned…

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If I were the Heat GM…

Now that the season is over, I will play armchair general manager and provide my thoughts on the current roster and coaching staff. I have categorized them by position and whom I think should be in Calgary. This is based solely on the players that I was able to observe this year.

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San Jose Barracuda douse Stockton Heat’s playoff hopes

The Stockton Heat and San Jose Barracuda came into Saturday’s game tied in points and needing some help from Tucson. If the Roadrunners beat the San Diego Gulls in regulation, the winner of this game would secure the fourth and final spot in the Calder Cup Playoffs. Two shy of 8,300 came to the barn…

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How can the Stockton Heat make the playoffs?

Last week the Heat went a disappointing 1-2-0-1, with their lone win coming against a last place Cleveland squad. They blew a lead and ended up losing in a shootout to Milwaukee when Cody Goloubef gave the puck away in his own zone, which led to a 2-1 shorthanded goal. Playing Tucson this past weekend,…