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Flames sign Michael Stone

CALGARY, AB - The Flames have had a busy past few days. They have acquired the likes of Travis Hamonic, Ryan Murphy (before placing him on waivers) and Eddie Lack via trades, re-signed Kris Versteeg, and waived Lance Bouma. Today the Calgary Flames signed defenceman Michael Stone to a three-year contract with an


CALGARY, AB -  Brad Treliving’s busy and impressive week has continued. Today, the club announced that they would be buying out the remaining year of Lance Bouma and Ryan Murphy’s contracts. Lance Bouma Lance Bouma had a remaining salary for the 2017-18 season of $2.3 M. With the buyout, the Flames will save


CALGARY, AB - The Calgary Flames announced on June 29th that they have acquired goaltender Eddie Lack, defenceman Ryan Murphy and 7th round draft pick in 2019 from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenceman Keegan Kanzig and a 6th round draft pick in 2019. Carolina will retain 50% of

Canes: Where do they go from here?

Despite the amazing feel good ending for Bryan Bickell and the Canes in game 82 of the 2016-17 season, the Canes face the same questions they've faced for the last 8 consecutive offseasons: what's next? And honestly, who knows. Ron Francis will definitely be getting to work, as the Canes

Blues Add Depth, Sign Jake Walman to Entry-Level Contract

ST. LOUIS – After the addition of goaltending depth two days ago, the Blues are back at it again, this time on defense. St. Louis has agreed to terms with 21-year-old Jake Walman on a three-year, entry-level deal. The 6-foot defensemen was selected 82nd overall by the Blues in the 2014 NHL

Blues, Goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick Reach Entry-Level Contract

ST. LOUIS – The Blues announced on Sunday morning that they have reached a three-year, entry-level contract agreement with goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick. The 19-year-old native out of Newfoundland was drafted 59th overall by St. Louis in 2016. Fitzpatrick has posted a 3.46 GAA and an .899 save percentage through 49 games played

Canes Prospect Update: The Future… Is Now?

May 26, 2009. 2,840 days ago. That's the last time the Carolina Hurricanes and their fans participated in a playoff game. And, barring a miraculous Andrew Hammond-esque run, the drought will continue into 2018. With the Canes sitting dead last in the East, the focus once again shifts to "next season",