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Flames re-sign Colton Poolman (one year, two-way, $750,000)

The Calgary Flames have locked down one of their restricted free agents. They’ve signed defenseman Colton Poolman to a one year, two-way deal worth $750,000 at the NHL level. Calgary #Flames have signed RFA defenseman Colton Poolman to a 1 year / 2 way contract: $750k / $80khttps://t.co/KNjFtb47EX — CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) July 30, 2021 Poolman,…

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Flames release 2021 pre-season schedule

The Calgary Flames announced their pre-season calendar for the 2021-22 season on Tuesday morning. The exhibition slate will be eight games, including four at the friendly confines of the Scotiabank Saddledome. #Flames preseason schedule is eight games, starting September 26th vs. Edmonton. Two games each vs. Oilers, Canucks, Jets, and Kraken. pic.twitter.com/03IQBXxkzE — Pat Steinberg…

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Hitmen defenseman Luke Prokop comes out

Calgary Hitmen defenseman Luke Prokop is many things. He’s a son, a brother, a teammate, and a really good hockey player. He was the 73rd player selected in the 2020 NHL Draft (by Nashville). Now, he’s decided to publicly announce that he’s gay. β€οΈπŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’œ pic.twitter.com/7zqT0A2gJj — luke prokop (@lukeprokop_6) July 19, 2021 The 19-year-old Prokop…

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Alexander Yelesin signs with KHL’s Lokomotiv Yaroslavl

Continuing a bit of a churn of the Calgary Flames’ depth group this off-season, sources have confirmed to FlamesNation that defenseman Alexander Yelesin has signed with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl of the Kontinental Hockey League. Championat in Russia first reported on Yelesin’s potential move back to his home country back in May and earlier this month. Yelesin…

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Two goals from Mangiapane send Canada to gold medal game

The little man had a big game, again, at the World Championship in Latvia. Andrew Mangiapane had two goals in Canada’s semi-final game against the United States to power them to a 4-2 victory and a berth in the gold medal game on Sunday. WHAT A PASS!🚨 Andrew Mangiapane – 2nd of the game3-1 CANADAπŸŽ₯…

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Flames veterans (and a prospect) win some awards

Both the Calgary Flames and the Western Hockey League have been announcing awards this past week, and several Flames veterans and a key prospect have been honoured for their play over the past season. On the NHL side, the Flames finished announcing their year-end team awards – including a trio of awards handed out for…

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Mangiapane OT heroics send Canada to semi-final clash with United States

When Andrew Mangiapane emerged from his travel quarantine at the 2021 World Championship in Latvia, Team Canada was winless in three games. They’ve since won four of five with Mangiapane in the lineup, punctuated with a 2-1 overtime victory on Thursday over Russia to send them into the semi-finals. After an Adam Henrique power play…

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Three Flames advance to World Championship medal round

Three Calgary Flames players have advanced to the quarterfinals of the IIHF World Championship in Latvia, while two others are packing up. Andrew Mangiapane (Canada), Connor Mackey (United States) and Nikita Nesterov (Russia) are headed to the quarters, while Emilio Pettersen (Norway) and Ilya Solovyov (Belarus) have failed to advance. (Luckily, there’s no relegation involved…

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Dustin Wolf and Connor Zary named WHL divisional all-stars

A pair of Calgary Flames prospects have been honoured by the Western Hockey League for their play in the truncated 2020-21 season. Dustin Wolf and Connor Zary have been named divisional all-stars in the U.S. and B.C. Divisions, respectively. The Western Hockey League has named the U.S. Division All-Star team for the 2020-21 season. #WHLAwards…