FlamesNation Top 20 Prospects 2018: #4 Dillon Dube

The Calgary Flames don’t have a rich history of drafting, especially after the first round, but recently they’ve made several high ceiling picks, including Dillon Dube in 2016. An unassuming, sub-6′ forward out of Kelowna in the WHL, Dube has quickly risen to the top of the Flames’ prospect depth chart after an impressive junior…


Flames free agent targets: Petr Mrazek

The Calgary Flames have been plagued by goaltending inconsistency for several years. When Brad Treliving traded for Mike Smith last year, the hope was that he could stabilize the crease, and for the most part, he did just that – until he went down with an injury. In his absence, the Flames’ lack of goaltending…


FlamesNation player evaluation: Micheal Ferland

For much of the 2017-18 season, Micheal Ferland rounded out the top line alongside Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau. After finishing 2016-17 as the Flames’ first line right winger, Ferland was poised to continue in that role, one in which he flourished in after finally being given a chance to succeed.


FlamesNation player evaluation: Troy Brouwer

Troy Brouwer’s name doesn’t have the same ring to it as it once did. For the second straight season, he was one of the go-to whipping boys for the Flames, but, in a reduced bottom six role, actually did a decent job for the Flames this year. He might not be the power forward he…


FlamesNation player evaluation: Dougie Hamilton

Dougie Hamilton, after setting a career high in points last year, set a new mark yet again. This time, he scored a career-high 17 goals, finding himself sharing the top spot for goals by a defenseman in 2017-18. When Hamilton was on this ice, many good things happened for the Flames.


FlamesNation player evaluation: Garnet Hathaway

Garnet Hathaway started the season as one of the best players in the AHL. On a line with Mark Jankowski and Andrew Mangiapane, the trio was undoubtedly one of the best in the league. After amassing 19 points in 18 games, Hathaway was called up to the Flames. It was not surprising that his success…


FlamesNation player evaluation: Kris Versteeg

When it was announced that Kris Versteeg was re-signing with the Flames last summer, it was a joyous occasion for many, but Versteeg himself might have been the happiest. Buying into the Flames’ vision, Versteeg confessed his re-ignited love for the game, and also upheld his family values, making his decision to return an easy…


Which goalies could the Flames target in free agency?

The Calgary Flames’ goaltending situation can be best described as a revolving door. Over the past three seasons, the Flames lead the league with 10 different goaltenders to start in net, seven of which played at least 20 games. The only team that comes close is the Arizona Coyotes with nine goaltenders to start over…