The Calgary Flames have developed somewhat of a knack for finding high-end offensive defencemen in the second and third rounds of the draft during the Brad Treliving era. In recent years they’ve selected Rasmus Andersson, Oliver Kylington, and Adam Fox, all whom have developed into NHL players. This year was no different. With the 72nd … Continue reading Jeremie Poirier could be a steal for the Flames from the 2020 Draft →
Since being drafted in the second round in 2015, Rasmus Andersson‘s career has been on an upward trajectory. The 23-year-old is entering his third full season and he is undoubtedly the top choice on the right side of the Flames’ blueline. But how does he stack up among top pairing defenders league-wide? First, let’s compare … Continue reading Exploring how Rasmus Andersson might fare as a top pair defenseman →
Two years ago, Derek Ryan had a great season for the Flames. Playing alongside Garnet Hathaway and Andrew Mangiapane for a good portion of the year, Ryan gave the team a legitimate fourth line that was at times a real weapon for the team. Last season, his production dropped slightly, although not significantly, and Ryan … Continue reading Does it make sense for the Calgary Flames to trade Derek Ryan? →
To celebrate the release of NHL 21 and to say thank you to our supporters, giving away a copy of the game to one lucky follower. Sweepstakes Information Enter the contest to win a digital copy of NHL 21 on the gaming platform of your choice! The contest will run for one week starting at … Continue reading The Win Column NHL 21 Giveaway →
The Edmonton Oilers are now two drafts removed from Peter Chiarelli’s influence. As the last two NHL entry drafts have had current general manager Ken Holland at the Oilers’ helm, his fingerprints are starting to show in the Oilers’ prospects system. Still, Chiarelli’s impact on the Oilers will still be felt for years to come. … Continue reading Visualising the development of Edmonton Oilers draft picks made by Peter Chiarelli →
Last season, the Flames ran with David Rittich and Cam Talbot in Calgary, then had Jon Gillies and Artyom Zagidulin in Stockton, and had Tyler Parsons playing in the ECHL alongside Nick Schneider. Going into this season, the Flames lost Talbot to the Minnesota Wild, Gillies to the St. Louis Blues system, and Nick Schneider, … Continue reading Uh oh! The Calgary Flames have five goalies and only four spots →
The Calgary Flames haven’t made the earth shaking trades many expected after their first-round exit at the hands of the Dallas Stars, but there have been substantial changes to the roster through free agency. Last season was the year of signing ex-Oilers, and this year seems to have followed a similar script, except this time … Continue reading A look at what Chris Tanev brings to the Calgary Flames →
The Calgary Flames crossed another to-do list item off and it was a big one. Andrew Mangiapane just re-signed a two year deal with an AAV of $2.425 million. His most recent season saw him putting up 32 points, 29 of which were at 5v5. Even more impressively, he did much of this while playing … Continue reading Breaking down how great Andrew Mangiapane is for the Calgary Flames →
The Calgary Flames went out on Free Agent Frenzy and got their starting goaltender in Jacob Markstrom. A bona fide starter on a long-term deal for the first time since Miikka Kiprusoff, the signing of Markstrom brought waves of euphoria among Flames fans and Elias Lindholms alike. While the Flames had an excellent run with … Continue reading Evaluating what the Calgary Flames have in Jacob Markstrom →
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