The NHL has made a ruling on the conditions in the July 2019 trade involving James Neal and Milan Lucic, as well as the Feb. 5 trade between the Los Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs involving Jack Campbell and Kyle Clifford.
General manager Brad Treliving had a little bounce in his step after adding two highly-touted U.S. College defencemen, including one who is widely considered the most sought-after unsigned collegian this year.
While much has been said about Matthew Tkachuk's style of play in the wake of his run-in with Edmonton's Zack Kassian, his general manager said the organization takes no issue with how their young winger has conducted himself.
Calgary Flames legend Jarome Iginla, who is the franchise's leader in goals and points, dished out another assist for the club — depending on your perspective of the Milan Lucic for James Neal trade — last week.
In a wide-ranging interview Brad Treliving addressed Johnny Gaudreau’s playoff struggles, the importance internal growth will play in his team’s evolution, trade speculation, and his focus on signing Matthew Tkachuk, David Rittich and other free agents.
The top-seeded team in the Western Conference, Calgary is open to trading their first-round pick and a few other pieces, but GM Brad Treliving isn't keen on doing it for a rental. Eric Francis gives an overview of what to expect out of Calgary before the Feb. 25 deadline.
Sam Bennett's journey to become an effective, hard-to-play-against forward for the Calgary Flames this season had its speed bumps and detours. The 22-year-old has 19 points (nine goals, 10 assists) in 48 games this season, including five points (three goals, two assists) in his past six games.
After taking a hard hit from Charlie McAvoy on Wednesday, Johnny Gaudreau walked away unscathed, but what is of concern for the Flames, is the amount of physical punishment he has already sustained this early in the season. Jermain Franklin has more on the toll that physicality has taken on his body.