Calgary Flames

The Calgary Flames announce roster and schedule for Prospects Camp and Young Stars Classic

The Calgary Flames are almost ready to hit the ice for the 2023-24 NHL season. With training camp just around the corner, the team is ready to hit the ground running on what will be nothing short of an entertaining year.

Before the NHL players start rounding into form, the Flames top prospects get their chance to showcase their stuff at Prospects Training Camp and the Young Stars Classic. 

News had started to trickle out over the last few days about other team’s schedules and plans, but the Flames officially announced the who, what, when, and where for their young guns. Here is everything you need to know about what is to come over the next week: 

The Roster

The Flames will have 25 of their prospects participating in camp: 


  • Matt Coronato – #39
  • Samuel Honzek – #42
  • Adam Klapka – #43
  • Oliver Tulk – #51
  • Oliver Peer – #56
  • William Stromgren – #65
  • Jaden Lipinski – #73
  • Lucas Ciona – #74
  • Ilya Nikolaev – #77
  • Rory Kerins – #86
  • Parker Bell – #87
  • Nathan Pilling – #92
  • Mark Duarte – #93


  • Tyson Galloway – #36
  • Yan Kuzentsov – #37
  • Mikael Diotte – #44
  • Donovan McCoy – #45
  • Charles Cote – #53
  • Etienne Morin – #59
  • Jeremie Poirier – #72
  • Quinn Mantei – #94
  • Jarrod Gourley – #96


  • Jari Kykkanen – #40
  • Matt Radomsky – #50
  • Connor Murphy – #81

Some new and notable names on that list, who we will take a look at in the near future, but what people may be more interested in is who isn’t on the list. 

It looks like most of the NCAA players are not attending which includes Jake Boltmann, Aydar Suniev, Arsenii Sergeev, and Cade Littler (who will be in the USHL but committed to the NCAA).

Some overseas players like Topi Ronni and Yegor Yegorov are also not included in this initial list due to most likely their current playing setups across the world. 

Axel Hurtig, the Flames seventh round draft pick from this year, is not listed due to an injury. 

The players that most are looking for like Dustin Wolf and Jakob Pelletier are on the edge of being full time NHL players and are not included here. Interestingly, Connor Zary and Daniil Chechelev are also not on the initial list, which will be something to watch. 

The Flames have invited several players who took part in development camp earlier in the summer, including standout Oliver Peer who we interviewed after dev camp.

The Schedule

The camp will get underway on Thursday September 14th at WinSport before the real fun begins on Friday with a game against the Vancouver Canucks followed by a matchup with the Edmonton Oilers prospects on Saturday September 16th. They will round out the tournament a week from today against the Winnipeg Jets with some practices sprinkled in between.

Here is a full schedule breakdown directly from the Flames:

  • Thursday, Sept. 14
    • 10 a.m MT – WinSport
  • Friday, Sept. 15
    • 11:45 a.m. MT morning skate / 8:30 p.m. MT game vs. Vancouver
  • Saturday, Sept. 16
    • 11:45 a.m. MT morning skate / 8:30 p.m. MT game vs. Edmonton
  • Sunday, Sept. 17
    • 2:30 p.m. MT practice
  • Monday, Sept. 18
    • 11 a.m. MT game vs. Winnipeg

It’s also key to note that all games will be held at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, B.C. All games will be live streamed on

Happy Camping!

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