CALGARY, AB - APRIL 11: Andrew Mangiapane #88 of the Calgary Flames skates against the Colorado Avalanche in Game One of the Western Conference First Round during the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on April 11, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

Calgary Flames re-sign Andrew Mangiapane to one-year, two-way contract

The Calgary Flames have re-signed Andrew Mangiapane to a one-year, two-way contract worth $715K. As training camp continues, the correct pieces are falling into place for the Flames. https://twitter.com/NHLFlames/status/1173348535976153088 Breaking down Mangiapane's offensive contributions Using the TWC Player Offensive Evaluation tool, let's take a look at what this could potentially mean for the Flames' offensive … Continue reading Calgary Flames re-sign Andrew Mangiapane to one-year, two-way contract

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Jon Gillies is the training camp decision no one is talking about

In case you missed it, today is the day that teams officially report to training camp. The majority of the day consisting of fitness testing with on-ice sessions beginning on Friday, but it is still the first official event that signifies it's time to truly start gearing up for the NHL season. The Calgary Flames, … Continue reading Jon Gillies is the training camp decision no one is talking about

What could Sam Bennett’s next contract look like?

With the offseason upon us, the Calgary Flames have their hands full with plenty of decisions to make. The Stanley Cup has been awarded, the NHL Draft is tomorrow and free agency isn't far behind. The bulk of the heavy lifting is about to be done by Brad Treliving and staff. Certainly, signing Matthew Tkachuk, … Continue reading What could Sam Bennett’s next contract look like?

Buyout Beware: Who could the Flames buyout?

As the official offseason gets underway, the first major marker of the summer started this morning. The first buyout window is now officially open, allowing teams to utilize the strategy in preparation for the NHL Entry Draft and free agency. Buying out a contract is a method utilized by teams to either free up additional … Continue reading Buyout Beware: Who could the Flames buyout?

SAN JOSE, CA - MARCH 31: Michael Frolik #67 and Rasmus Andersson #4 of the Calgary Flames celebrate scoring a goal at SAP Center on March 31, 2019 in San Jose, California (Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via Getty Images)

About Last Night #79: Flames crush Sharks, clinch the Pacific Division and Western Conference

The Calgary Flames had to embrace their inner BTO and take care of business themselves against the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night. After the Sharks came back to win against the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night, the Flames needed a victory in any matter to clinch both the Pacific Division and Western Conference. … Continue reading About Last Night #79: Flames crush Sharks, clinch the Pacific Division and Western Conference

CALGARY, AB - MARCH 29: Sean Monahan #23 of the Calgary Flames skates against Adam Henrique #14 of the Anaheim Ducks during an NHL game on March 29, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

About Last Night #78: Flames score six unanswered to roast the Ducks

The last two games haven't been the Calgary Flames' best, but luckily the same can be said for the rest of the Pacific division. Therefore, the Flames still control their own destiny in terms of clinching home ice throughout the playoffs, but a win against the lowly Anaheim Ducks would surely help right the ship. … Continue reading About Last Night #78: Flames score six unanswered to roast the Ducks

Bill Peters coaching the Calgary Flames. Photo by Mark Humphrey/Associated Press/File

The Calgary Flames will win the Cup because they have all six Infinity Stones

Come April 2019, the Avengers will be doing #WhateverItTakes to stop Thanos, and the Calgary Flames will be doing #WhateverItTakes to win the Stanley Cup. Not unlike the Avengers, the Flames have enjoyed their fair share of stopping the bad guys. They've ascended to the top of the NHL, only behind the Thanos Bay Lightning. … Continue reading The Calgary Flames will win the Cup because they have all six Infinity Stones