It’s been just under seven years since Brad Treliving made his first selection as Calgary Flames general manager at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft in Philadelphia when he picked Sam Bennett from the Kingston Frontenacs. At the time, scouts were high on Bennett, and many projected him to be a franchise center. Now in his
Today is the day. After having no games played since September 28, the NHL is set to return tonight. There are five games on schedule for tonight, but Calgary Flames fans will have to wait one more day to watch their team, as they get set to take on the Winnipeg Jets Thursday night. With
In the National Hockey League, making trades is simultaneously an art, a science and a task in intelligent asset management. Over the years, the Calgary Flames have had several general managers that were quite good at the art of the deal ’ notably the legendary “Trader Cliff” Fletcher. But at the same time, the Flames
The Calgary Flames signed yet another former Vancouver Canuck Saturday in Josh Leivo. This marks the fourth player the Flames have signed who was a member of the Canucks last season, the others being Jacob Markstrom, Chris Tanev and Louis Domingue. Leivo, who has spent the last season and a half with the Canucks, will
The Calgary Flames management staff, led by general manager Brad Treliving, have done a fantastic job this offseason in terms of both free agency and the draft. They had one of the best drafts of any team in the NHL, and followed that up by signing the biggest goaltender in free agency in Jacob Markstrom.
Per St. Louis Blues rinkside reporter Andy Strickland, the Calgary Flames have re-signed right winger Buddy Robinson to a one-year, one-way deal worth $700,000. The re-signing comes on the opening day of NHL free agency, a time where many NHL general managers, including Calgary’s own Brad Treliving, are hard at work. Robinson was originally signed
The time to win is now. That is the message the Calgary Flames are sending after signing Matthew Tkachuk to a highly-anticipated contract on Wednesday. Tkachuk put pen to paper on a three-year, $21 million agreement, ending the standoff between the left winger and the National Hockey League club. The 21-year-old restricted free agent (RFA)
By The Canadian Press September 23rd, 2019 CALGARY ’ The Calgary Flames have signed 18-year-old Jakob Pelletier to a three-year, entry-level contract. The Flames announced the deal Monday after assigning Pelletier back to his Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team. Pelletier was Calgary’s first-round pick (26th overall) in this year’s NHL entry draft. Calgary Flames select