The Calgary Flames weren't big players during draft weekend or July 1st in free agency, which bucks the trend from previous years. Brad Treliving, GM of the Flames since the Spring of 2014, has made a big offseason move in each of his years at the helm of the Flames. This year's relative quietness isn't … Continue reading Recapping Brad Treliving’s arbitration cases
The Flames finished their annual Development Camp this past weekend, with on and off ice sessions held at Winsport. The event finished with a scrimmage on Sunday morning, which was packed with Flames fans excited to see what the future holds for the organization. The players were eager to prove themselves to the organization's brass. … Continue reading Calgary Flames Development Camp Recap
The Calgary Flames used the 214th overall selection of the 2019 NHL entry draft to select goaltender Dustin Wolf. Wolf comes to the Flames organization with some impressive numbers in the Western Hockey League: a sparkling 1.69 goals against average (GAA) and a .936 save percentage (SV%) to go along with seven shutouts in 61 … Continue reading Could Dustin Wolf be the next late-round goaltender success story?
Cam Talbot has officially inked a contract with the Calgary Flames. His one year deal carries an average annual value of $2.75M, a steep pay cut from the contract he signed just three years ago with the Edmonton Oilers ($4.16M AAV). The fierce rivalry between Calgary and Edmonton has been well documented, both in sports … Continue reading Talbot and Smith join short list of swapped players between Flames & Oilers
Finishing sixth in the Metropolitan Division and 16 points behind the Columbus Blue Jackets for the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, the Philadelphia Flyers had a disappointing season to say the least. The goaltending situation in Philadelphia One of the biggest stories of the past season was the arrival of Carter Hart … Continue reading Breaking down the Philadelphia Flyers’ ridiculous goaltending carousel
The Calgary Flames had one of their best seasons in franchise history, but fell embarassingly short in the postseason with a five-game loss to the Colorado Avalanche. With a lower than expected salary cap increase, and the incredibly talented RFA class this season, the Flames, like many other teams, need to both shed salary and … Continue reading Calgary Flames July 1st rumour recap
Less than 24 hours stand between the Calgary Flames and the July 1st Free Agent Frenzy. Although the interview period has been open for a few days, the Flames haven't been linked to many players. Currently sitting at just over $69M in projected cap hit, the team has $12M and change to work with. Of … Continue reading Realistic UFA targets for the Flames