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New additions to the FlamesNation team

It’s the off-season and like the Calgary Flames are expected to do, we’ve made some additions to our team’s roster. We’re excited to share a couple new faces on our team. First up is Paige Siewert, who you’ve probably seen this season through her coverage of the Stockton Heat and the Flames for PuckProse and…

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Johnny Gaudreau graduates from Boston College

Way back in 2011, a fresh-faced Johnny Gaudreau entered Boston College as a freshman and began working towards a degree in communications. Now, 10 years later, he’s officially a college graduate. This guy also earned his degree today. Congrats Johnny!#ForBoston🎓 pic.twitter.com/m0AtXNOGUD — BC Hockey (@BCHockey) May 24, 2021 Gaudreau, 27, played three seasons with Boston…

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Derek Ryan wins 2020-21 Peter Maher Award

We’re at the end of the Calgary Flames season and so it’s time for some team awards to be announced. Veteran centre Derek Ryan has been named this season’s recipient of the Peter Maher Good Guy Award.

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Flames mathematically eliminated from 2021 Stanley Cup playoff contention

Bad news, folks. The Calgary Flames won’t be taking part in the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs. That’ll do it. Calgary’s elimination number is down to 0.0 and they’ve been officially eliminated from playoff contention. Montreal is the fourth and final team in the North Division to clinch a playoff spot. #Flames — Pat Steinberg (@Fan960Steinberg)…

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Josh Leivo removed from COVID-19 protocol list

After 14 days, Calgary Flames forward Josh Leivo has been removed from the National Hockey League’s list of players unavailable due to the COVID-19 protocols as of Friday afternoon. Leivo was placed on the list way back on April 23 after having a positive COVID-19 test. Due to the regulations of the positive test protocol,…

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Flames playoff elimination scenarios – May 6

Wednesday was the first day in the 2020-21 season where the Calgary Flames could become mathematically eliminated from qualifying for the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs. Because Montreal didn’t beat Ottawa, the Flames stayed alive on a technicality – if Montreal loses all of their remaining games in regulation and the Flames sweep their final five…

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Flames playoff elimination scenarios – May 5

Today is the first day that the Calgary Flames can become mathematically eliminated from qualifying for the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs. The Flames’ playoff hopes rest on a pair of games: Montreal at Ottawa (5 p.m. MT, SN) and Winnipeg at Calgary (7:30 p.m. MT, SN). A Montreal win of any kind over Ottawa would…

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Pike on TSN 1260: Talking the playoff push and the Flames under Darryl Sutter

FlamesNation managing editor Ryan Pike took to the airwaves in Edmonton on Thursday morning. He jumped on TSN 1260 to chat with Allan “Lowetide” Mitchell! Hour 1 of The Lowdown w/ @lowetide Podcast is up! (15:00) – 5 #Oilers Questions (31:29) – @RyanNPike on the #Flameshttps://t.co/zjFerdhnKl pic.twitter.com/rH9pMzTUVd — Tyler Yaremchuk (@tyleryaremchuk) April 29, 2021 In…

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Gould on Sportsnet 960 The Fan: breaking down the 2021 Stockton Heat season

FlamesNation’s Mike Gould took to the airwaves on Thursday morning. He jumped on Sportsnet 960 The Fan to chat with Ryan Pinder! Here's my #AHLHeat radio segment from earlier, in case you missed it: https://t.co/QqIpiopEiv — Mike Gould (@miketgould) April 29, 2021 Mike and Pinder hit on the big AHL topics of the season: Which…

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Longtime Flames co-owner Byron Seaman passes away

Some sad news in the world of the Calgary Flames came down on Thursday morning. Former club co-owner Byron Seaman has passed away. He was 97. The #Flames ownership, management and staff mourn the passing of Byron J. Seaman. Mr. Seaman was 1 of 6 community leaders who formed the original ownership group who brought…