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Jonathan Huberdeau

3 Potential Trade Destinations For Panthers’ Sam Bennett

Leading up to the March 3rd trade deadline, all eyes will be on the Florida Panthers as they are a team worth monitoring. After an offseason that saw them trade away MacKenzie Weegar, Jonathan Huberdeau, Cole Schwindt, and a 2025 conditional first-round pick for Matthew Tkachuk, the team seems to be worse for it. After […]

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Flames Are Smoldering

The Calgary Flames have been a Jekyll and Hyde club this season. After losing the likes of Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk, many thought that the Calgary Flames were in trouble, and with good reason. To help compensate for those losses, team general manager Brad Treliving went out and acquired the likes of Jonathan Huberdeau […]

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Markstrom Needs to Step Up for The Flames

Everything, except winning the Stanley Cup, seemed to go right for the Calgary Flames last season. The Flames won the Pacific Division, were the sixth-best team in the league, and they managed to win a playoff round in seven games over the Dallas Stars. They also had the league’s sixth best offense (291 goals) thanks […]

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Pens Defeat Flames In Shootout To Win Fourth Straight Game

The Penguins defeated the Calgary Flames last night at PPG Paints Arena for their fourth straight win. Tristian Jarry made 33 saves and got his 100th NHL win.  Two minutes and nine seconds into the game, defenseman Jan Rutta gave the Penguins a 1-0 lead. Rutta would score his third goal of the season in […]

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Breaking: MacKenzie Weegar and the Calgary Flames Have Finalized an Extension

The Calgary Flames and general manager Brad Treliving are looking to continue their amazing 2022 offseason. At one point, it looked like this offseason was going to be a total loss, but Treliving has revamped the Flames and may have even made them better than last year’s team. After extending Jonathan Huberdeau with an eight-year […]

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Inside the 2022-23 Season

With NHL training camps opening up this week across the NHL, there is a lot of anticipation for October following what was an exciting off-season. Whether it be big names players moving to different teams or an up-and-coming team looking to make that next step, there will be plenty of compelling storylines to follow throughout […]

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Report: Kadri Left Money on the Table to Sign With Calgary

When free agency kicked off earlier in the summer, Nazem Kadri was one of the premier free agents available, and not many expected him to be on the market long. It was reported that Kadri was seeking a contract with a seven-year term and paying $8 to $10 million annually, being the number thrown around. […]

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Report: New Team Linked to NHL Veteran Phil Kessel

We saw the first wave of free agency explode with a handful of players changing teams, such as Johnny Gaudreau and Ondrej Palat. After the first wave came and went, the NHL was still left with a few high-end names still available. This second wave of free agency finally got underway, with Nazem Kadri signing […]

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Opinion: Why It Is Okay The Devils Lost Out On Matthew Tkachuk

The Attempts The Devils have endured a positive off-season. Just like in past years, Tom Fitzgerald has made attempts to improve his squad. It has backfired a few times with Corey Crawford retiring and Jonathan Bernier needing hip surgery. Fitzgerald won the off-season with Dougie Hamilton, but unfortunately, the Devils remained in the league’s basement.  […]

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Presidents Trophy Curse Continues

Since the 2012-13 NHL season, when the Chicago Blackhawks won the President’s Trophy and then the Stanley Cup, no other team can match. This season, the Florida Panthers were the best team in all of hockey, and they were sent home by their cross-state rival, the Tampa Bay Lightning, in the second round. The President’s […]

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