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Erik Gudbranson

Erik Gudbranson

#44D,
G
0
A
6
Pts
6
+/-
-3
PPP
0
SOG
54
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/222 lbs
Born: Ottawa, Canada
Draft: 2010 1st round (3rd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • www.montrealgazette.com

    Game Night: Blues at Flames

    Article content Matthew Tkachuk — 36 GP, 18 G, 19 A, 37 PTS, +18 Elias Lindholm — 36 GP, 12 G, 19 A, 31 PTS, +23 BLUES Jordan Kyrou — 37 GP, 16 G, 25 A, 41 PTS, +10 Vladimir Tarasenko — 37 GP, 14 G, 24 A, 38 PTS, +3 Pavel Buchnevich — 35 GP, 15 G, 21 A, 36 PTS, +16 SPECIAL TEAMS FLAMES: PP — 23.1% (11th); PK — 83.2% (7th) BLUES: PP — 29.4% (2nd); PK — 85.3% (4th) THREE THINGS ABOUT THE OPPOSITION 1. Monday’s matchup features two squads that have been heading separate directions.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Flames Weekly: Big Win Over Panthers, Battle of Alberta Setback & More

    Flames Weekly offers a look at how the Calgary Flames performed in the previous week. Be sure to check in every Monday for my take on the week that was and to find out which storylines and players took center stage. Feel free to use the comment section below to let me know how you thought the team performed or post any ideas or questions about the Flames.

  • St. Louis Game Time

    Blues at Flames Preview: Buch is back, Binnington in net?

    Rolling again, the Blues scored three unanswered goals en-route to a 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks and their fourth-tier backup, Michael DiPietro. Tanner Pearson opened the scoring for Vancouver just three and a half minutes in before Ville Husso settled into a groove. Husso’s 38 saves en route to the victory is a sign of two things.