Here is an ordered list of all 31 NHL teams' picks -- from No. 1 to No. 217 -- for the 2020 draft, set to take place on October 6-7.
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 23h
Are the Calgary Flames ready to move on from Noah Hanifin? I dont think theres much room for debate about that. He is no further along offensively than he was a few years ago.
by: Craig Petter — The Nation Network: Flames Nation 20 Sep
Intangible hockey laws dictate that, save for some generational exceptions, defencemen take longer to develop than forwards. Elite scorers establish themselves in their early-20s and ride their pri…
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 18 Sep
Treliving traded for goaltender Mike Smith. Treliving traded for defenseman Michael Stone. And he may soon add to the list. Rick Tocchet has one year remaining as head coach.
by: Ryan Pike — The Nation Network: Flames Nation 17 Sep
It’s no secret that the Calgary Flames didn’t measure up in the 2019-20 season. Their first round playoff exit was followed by a lot of soul-search and analysis by management, culminati…
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 16 Sep
The 28-year-old blueliner is scheduled to hit free agency in just three weeks and, according to one report, GM Brad Treliving has made no attempt at preventing him from doing so.
by: Lyle Fitzsimmons — Bleacher Report 16 Sep
It can happen to anyone. If sports history is indicative of anything, it's certainly that any player—regardless of status, salary or statistics—can be traded if the conditions are correct...
by: Zach Laing — The Nation Network: Flames Nation 15 Sep
The Calgary Flames have 22 days left to sign their RFAs to qualifying offers.
by: Mark Scheig — The Hockey Writers 12 Sep
We continue our Blue Jackets' Trading Partners series with the Calgary Flames. The Flames have stars potentially available. Is there a match?
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 11 Sep
It was always a given with *checks notes* T.J. Brodie, Travis Hamonic, Derek Forbort, Erik Gustafsson, and Michael Stone all slated to hit free agency. Horrific.
by: @CarterBaum — NHL: Chicago Blackhawks 18 Sep
In third season in Chicago, Connor Murphy took a big step forward as a staple on the back end