As if the Calgary Flames season didn’t include enough disappointment along the way. The Flames head into the trade deadline, with a barrage of bad luck threatening their future.
Three recent injuries, Kari Ramo, Kris Russell, and Ladislav Smid, coupled with a landmark 20 game suspension on Dennis Wideman, are providing impediments
Imagine, goodbye Sean Monahan and hello Taylor Hall. Edmonton is in dire need of centres. We all know McDavid is great, but he won't completely fix their problem at C. While watching the All-Star 3-on-3, I kept noticing how good Johnny Gaudreau plays with Taylor Hall. The chemistry is unreal, and
What do they do?
The Calgary Flames are in a tough spot as of late. Losing to the last place Blue Jackets just may be the sign. Is it time to start accepting the rebuild? The run last year sure was something, but was it a fluke? I mean they really
Calgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman has been suspended 20 games by the NHL on Tuesday for his Jan. 27 hit on linesman Don Henderson.
Wideman, 32, is the 12th NHL player to be suspended for physical abuse of an official in the last 15 years. Wideman was quickly suspended indefinitely
Johnny Gaudreau and Mark Giordano had the taste of victory this weekend, as they went on to win the 3-on-3 final. John Scott, the team's captain and 3-on-3 MVP enjoyed his first and most likely only All-Star appearance of his career. Scott tallied 2 goals, while Gaudreau showed great chemistry
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The Calgary Flames, sitting eight points out of a playoff spot in the Pacific after Tuesday night's games, are almost certainly not going to make the postseason this year. They join the Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers as the
Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman made headlines on Jan. 27 when he delivered a blindside check to linesman Don Henderson during his team’s 2-1 loss to the Nashville Predators. It appeared as if the move was intentional, and the NHL deemed it egregious enough to warrant an indefinite suspension Thursday.
The second overall pick out of the 2013 NHL Draft was signed to a six-year, $5.9 million AAV contract extension yesterday afternoon. For Panthers fans, this is a big deal, but it does impact the pending Sean Monahan extension. How much will Aleksander Barkov's new contract affect Calgary's scoring centre?
BARKOV - WORTH EVERY PENNY
A team is really only as good as its goaltending. Sadly for the #CalgaryFlames, their goaltending has let them down all season long. It has put them in a tough spot coming into the #NHLAll-Starbreak.
Sam Bennett is showing his goal scoring potential. He was told to shoot more, and shoot more he is. Bennett has been on fire in his past five games with eight goals. It's an impossible pace to keep, but might be a sign that the fourth overall pick from 2014 may