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  1. Calgary sends down Lasse Kettunen Glad to bring in a vet like Greene. We figure it's now or never for the cup run as cap issues are going to bite us at year's end. Dylan Larkin - Tyler Seguin - Patrik Laine Sam Bennett - Adam Henrique - Brandon Pirri Colin Wilson - Bryan Little - Cam Atkinson Nicolas Kerdiles - Travis Zajac - Andrew Cogliano Oscar Klefbom - Oliver Kylington Marc Staal - Dougie Hamilton Marco Scandella - Andy Greene John Gibson Darcy Kuemper
  2. Anyone know which Youngstars got invited to main camp??

  3. CALGARY FLAMES QUARTER SEASON UPDATE A quarter way though the season the Calgary Flames are playing quite consistent. Excellent production from Dylan Larkin, sitting 3rd in the league in points. Linemate Tyler Seguin is playing well as right winger Patrik Laine has had an incredibly slow start by his standards with just 9 points in 22 games played. The bottom three lines are showing steady production. As for the D, Dougie Hamilton and Oliver Kylington are carrying the offensive side of things while Oscar Klefbom and Marc Staal steady things on the defensive end. Goaltender John Gibson has put just okay numbers thus far and is expected to raise his play sooner rather than later. Flames' fans eyes are definitely on Seguin and Laine to turn things up in the coming weeks as management claims to be looking for a cheap bottom six replacement for the struggling first year player Lasse Kettunen (GMs hmu!!). Teams are tight in the standings and things could be go either way for many teams in the Western Conference. The comings should bring some exciting hockey. Leading Scorers Points: Dylan Larkin (22) Goals: Dylan Larkin (12) Assists: Oliver Kylington (12) +/-: Adam Henrique (+7) PIM: Tyler Seguin & Nicolas Kerdiles (14)
  4. People really need to stop referencing video games when talking about whether signings in RL are good or not
  5. Calgary calls up Lasse Kettunen
  6. Post Free Agency Lineup Sam Bennett - Tyler Seguin - Patrik Laine Dylan Larkin - Adam Henrique - Brandon Pirri Colin Wilson - Bryan Little - Cam Atkinson Nicolas Kerdiles - Travis Zajac - Andrew Cogliano Oscar Klefbom - Oliver Kylington Marc Staal - Dougie Hamilton Marco Scandella - Lasse Kettunen John Gibson Darcy Kuemper Calgary waives Nikita Scherbak and Zack Kassian Calgary calls up Lasse Kettunen Still need "Add Position" perk to take effect on Brandon Pirri (RW) and Lasse Kettunen (RD) @Tylez @MikeyBoy44 @Patrick Kane
  7. Not to be a dick or anything but I dont see Henrik Zetterberg's name on that list or on Chicago's cap sheet.
  8. Subban will absolutely not make the Canucks this year. Travis Green had a few criticisms of the guy last season and that's at the AHL level. Tryamkin will have every opportunity and then some to make the team due to his contract. Stecher and Juolevi both definitely have a better chance of making the team then Subban. Rodin will have a good look as well. Gaunce is another guy that will have a decent look as well.
  9. @MikeyBoy44 Calgary announces Dougie Hamilton and Patrik Laine as alternate captains, and Tyler Seguin as captain.
  10. Player Movement Calgary waives Stefan Noesen Calgary calls up Lasse Kettunen Calgary releases Andrew Shaw, Jordan Nolan, Dennis Wideman, and Patrick Nemeth to free agency. Perk Selection Internal Level Update Add Position (RD Lasse Kettunen) Add Position (RW Brandon Pirri) Prospect Scouting Report (Jermu Saarinen) @Kazmanian Devil @Patrick Kane @Tigs @Tylez
  11. Dennis Mulligan
  12. It's supposed to be 4M retained
  13. Couldn't be more excited to make the playoffs for the third year in a row. A real come back effort was made since the trade deadline. I'm a little sad I traded Vermette for a 3rd as I have no natural center on my 3rd or 4th line at the moment. I thought Edmonton was going to be a perennial rival a couple years back after a back and forth race for the division title and a close division final playoff series. Well, here we are again. Best of luck to @Nail you've had a fantastic year but the Flames have been one of the hottest teams coming into the playoffs (along with the Stars and Kings who made themselves literally impossible to catch ((props @Tigs and @AntonRodin)). Congrats to @Kazmanian Devil who's in the same situation as I am and gave me a lottery pick from the Rangers! You're a true hero in several ways!! It should be one hell of a playoffs! Calgary Flames Awards Leading Scorer: Tyler Seguin Playing below average (in Seguin terms) for most of the season. Seguin started to pick it up once acquired by the Flames when they started to make a push for the playoffs. He was awarded an "A" after just one short month as a Flame and is a yearly candidate for the Art Ross. Team MVP: John Gibson Gibson posted a .924 save percentage this year which ranks him third among all goaltenders this year. He performed night in and night out for the Flames all season long. Easily could have also won the "Unsing Hero" award as well for how under the radar he has went stealing points at every opportunity. Unsung Hero: Cam Atkinson Played throughout the top six this season and maintained a 0 +/- despite being a Flame for 82 games this season on lines that were heavy minuses. Scored at opportune times and showed a real veteran savvy throughout the season. Best Defenseman and Best Rookie: Oliver Kylington 54 points as a rookie defenseman is incredible. Despite not winning one "Rookie of the Month" award, was able to climb the Flames defense to the top pairing and excel. Showed incredible offensive ability and was a steady defensive component, even having a better +/- then partner Dougie Hamilton throughout the season. A key member of the Flames heading into the future. Best Two Way Forward: Adam Henrique Had a career year with the Flames/Rangers posting 63 points and a plus 24 rating. Played in all situations and dominated opposition throughout the season 5 on 5, on the PK, and even on the PP. A perfect second line center.
  14. Can't you only wiave someone with 1.5M cap hit or less?
  15. Same as RL. It's a weak division. I made the playoffs with 83 points last season.