The Montreal Canadiens are safely into a rebuild cycle. General manager (GM) Kent Hughes has been very busy in the nine months he’s been at the helm of the iconic hockey franchise. With a prospect pool of approximately 42 players drafted within the last four draft cycles, the prospect pool is deep and has potential.
In a series that felt much closer than the five games it took to see the Calgary Flames be eliminated by the Edmonton Oilers from this year’s playoffs, the Flames are both scratching their heads and complaining about a disallowed goal that many believe should have counted in their last contest of the season. Unfortunately,
While the Calgary Flames are focused solely on a lengthy playoff run, difficult decisions await management this offseason. With players like Johnny Gaudreau, Matthew Tkachuk, Andrew Mangiapane and Oliver Kylington all needing new contracts, general manager Brad Treliving will be a busy man trying to bring all four back into the fold for 2022-23. Related:
The Boston Bruins and Calgary Flames are both viewed as among the top teams in the NHL. The former has yet to make any big moves this season, while the latter has been extremely active. Yet, even though they are both buyers, they could benefit from striking a blockbuster with one another. They both have