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2020 Flames First Round Targets: Jan Myšák

Barring any trades, the Calgary Flames will be stepping up on the virtual podium to select at 19th overall. In advance of the draft, we’ll be looking at some contenders to be selected at 19th. Hailing from Litvinov, Czech Republic, Jan Myšák is another prospect who has played against older competition from the very beginning….

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2020 Flames Second Round Targets: Antonio Stranges

Ranked all over the map in different draft rankings, Antonio Stranges is an enigma. After scoring at more than half a point per game during his rookie season for the London Knights, the 5’10”, 170 pound left winger only improved marginally offensively during his sophomore year, with 40 points in 61 games.

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Former Flames netminder Jonas Hiller retires at age 38

Former Calgary Flames goaltender, Jonas Hiller, announced earlier this week that he’ll be hanging up the skates after this shortened season. Perhaps one of the most well-dressed tenders of all time, Hiller has been playing for the EHC Biel-Bienne of the Swiss National League A for the past four seasons since leaving the Flames back…

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2020 Flames Trade Targets: Kasperi Kapanen

With four days remaining until the 2020 NHL Trade Deadline, it’ll be interesting to see if Brad Treliving sways away from his usual summer splashes and makes a big trade mid-season instead. The following trade target is a way for the Calgary Flames to increase the longevity of their potential Cup window, as opposed to…

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2020 Flames Trade Targets: Kyle Palmieri

In the midst of a painfully underwhelming season, one week away from the 2020 NHL trade deadline, the Calgary Flames find themselves in the first wildcard spot in the Western Conference. After staying put during last year’s deadline, it’ll be interesting to see what Brad Treliving does prior to the 1 p.m. MT trade deadline…

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Mark Jankowski and the tale of late bloomers

The feeling of animosity surrounding his name is not an unknown feeling for Calgary Flames centreman Mark Jankowski. After being selected in the first round, 21st overall, in the 2012 NHL Draft then-general manager Jay Feaster claimed that in 10 years the Stanstead College standout would “be viewed as the best player in the 2012…