Calgary Flames

5th Pacific | 0-0
  • Goals For
    229 GF
  • Goals Against
    257 GA
  • Power Play %
    17.0 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    75.5 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    754 PIM
  • Flyers need Schenn to build on career year
    ProHockeyTalk5 hours ago

    Flyers need Schenn to build on career year

    The Philadelphia Flyers are hoping Brayden Schenn hasn’t finished improving. The former fifth overall draft pick signed a four-year, $20.5 million contract today, after posting career highs in goals (26) and assists (33) in 2015-16. It took a few years for Schenn, 24, to start justifying his draft position. John Tavares, Victor Hedman, Matt Duchene, and Evander Kane were selected with the first four picks that year. Oliver Ekman-Larsson was taken sixth overall. So there was pressure. “I think sometimes when you draft a player top five you tend to think he’s going to develop a little quicker than other guys,” Flyers GM Ron Hextall said Monday, per Flyzette. “When you look at Brayden, has he been

  • Report: If the Sabres can sign Vesey, they could be more willing to trade Kane
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    Report: If the Sabres can sign Vesey, they could be more willing to trade Kane

    If the Buffalo Sabres can sign Jimmy Vesey, they may be more willing to trade winger Evander Kane. That’s what TSN 1040 (Vancouver) radio host Matt Sekeres has been hearing, and what he’s hearing does make a lot of sense. Kane, whose off-ice issues are once again making headlines, has two years left on his contract before he can become an unrestricted free agent. He plays the same position as Vesey, 23, who’s currently Buffalo property but can sign with any team he chooses on Aug. 15. Even if the Sabres can’t convince Vesey to join them, Kane could still be traded. GM Tim Murray has already conceded that his patience is wearing thin with the 24-year-old that he acquired from Winnipeg not long