The Daily: Flames NHL Trade Still Possible, Pasta Wants to Stay in Boston
Calgary Flames this week
- The Flames rebounded nicely and new defenceman MacKenzie Weegar has gone as far as saying the Flames are even better than his former team. Cue the Florida Panthers rivalry with Tkachuk.
- An interesting element of all that is that the Flames aren’t even done shopping. Watch for another dive into the NHL trade market. After adding Johnny Huberdeau and Nazem Kadri up front, they could use another scoring winger to compete with the kids. “We’re probably still looking up front,” Treliving told Drance in Penticton. “Not only to figure out who is playing with who, but we’re still in the market for forward additions.”
- Is the signing of Michael Stone to a PTO a sign of an impending trade for the Calgary Flames?
- The Young Stars prospects tournament starts tonight and you can watch online. Pay close attention to Jakob Pelletier.
Canada Hockey Now
MTL: Juraj Slafkovsky and Filip Mesar were pretty darn good, but Owen Beck stole the show for the Montreal Canadiens versus the Sabres in their prospects game.
VAN: Tanner Pearson is the type of player every playoff team wants and needs and the Vancouver Canucks are no exception.
VAN: Will the Canucks lock captain Bo Horvat to a contract extension soon?
National Hockey Now
NYI: New York Islanders rookie Robin Salo is still getting accustomed to North American game
BOS: The Boston Bruins are hearing good things from David Pastrnak, who tells Boston Hockey Now he wants to stay with the Bruins. Calgary Flames fans are rolling their eyes.
BOS: Bruins winger Brad Marchand is eyeing a Thanksgiving (the U.S. version) return from surgery this season.
PGH: Could Jack St. Ivany convince the Pittsburgh Penguins management group to take a flyer on him?
WSH: Washington Capitals missed over 1,000 days due to injury In 2021, 10th most in NHL.
PHI: Ex- Philadelphia Flyers winger Scott Hartnell set to become U.S. citizen on Friday.
DET: The Detroit Red Wings prospect tournament headed by top prospects Simon Edvinsson and Sebastian Cossa kicks off this week to growing anticipation.
NHL News, Notes and Trade Rumours
The Los Angeles Kings locked up restricted free agent defenseman Sean Durzi to a two-year contract that carries a $1.7M AAV.