Via Ross D. Franklin The Calgary Flames are 3-2-0 so far this pre-season. However, the main standout in the majority of the games has been the goaltending. Both Dan Vladar and Jacob Markström have each recorded one shutout so far. Markström’s occurred on September 28th against the Edmonton Oilers, while Vladar’s shutout occurred on theContinue reading “Calgary’s Goaltending Stands Out”
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A New Look for the 2022-23 Calgary Flames
Via Frank Franklin The off-season has been rough for Flames fans. On July 13th, the teams star player Johnny Gaudreau declined an eight year, $84-million contract and left Calgary to sign with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Since Gaudreau was not traded, and simply signed with Columbus, Calgary received nothing but a hole in its roster.Continue reading “A New Look for the 2022-23 Calgary Flames”
2022 NHL Pro Try-Out (PTO) Tracker
This tracker updates every time an NHLer signed to a Professional Try-Out (PTO) agreement for training camp is signed to a contract or released. Last updated: 10/9/22 Name Pos Age 2021-22 Team PTO Team Result Nathan Beaulieu D 29 Pittsburgh/WPG (NHL) Anaheim Ducks Signed 10/1 (1x$850K) Nikolas Brouillard D 27 San Diego (AHL) Anaheim DucksContinue reading “2022 NHL Pro Try-Out (PTO) Tracker”
TST NHL Trade Target List: Pacific Division
Via Jason Franson *Bolded = Traded, far right colum is destination* Rickard Rakell W ANA 1 year Hampus Lindholm D ANA 1 year Maxime Comtois F ANA 2 years (RFA) Josh Manson D ANA 1 year COL Dillon Dube W CGY 3 years (RFA) Ryan McLeod C EDM 1 year (RFA) Kailer Yamamoto W EDMContinue reading “TST NHL Trade Target List: Pacific Division”
NHL Injury Report
Full roundup of all injuries and unavailable players from around the NHL, updated on the fly! Does not include players on COVID protocol list or in travel quarantine. Players with red text are on Injured Reserve (IR), and players with purple text are on Long-Term Injured Reserve (LTIR).
2021 Arena Capacity Tracker
An all new Arena Capacity Tracker for the 2021 season, with dated updates from all 31 NHL teams on their ability to host fans, or not, for home games this season.