Brett Ritchie

Brett Ritchie

Height/Weight: 6' 4"/220 lbs
Born: Orangeville, Canada
Draft: 2011 2nd round (44th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Hockey Writers

    Flames: 7 Wingers Linked to Team Ahead of 2023 Trade Deadline

    The trade deadline need for the Calgary Flames this season is fairly simple. The Flames have salary cap to work with as teams can retain up to 50 percent on a player. Calgary could also put Oliver Kylington on long-term injured reserve (LTIR) and free up an additional $2.5 million for the remainder of the season. If there isn't any clarity within the next month, we can assume the Flames are going to go ahead and make a big addition or two to put themselves at the cap and have the best chance at making the playoffs and winning.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Vladimir Tarasenko Trade Talk Heating Up: 4 Early Contenders

    With news that a few NHL clubs are looking for scorers and in light of news that some recent injuries have opened up cap space for teams, Vladimir Tarasenko's name is, all of a sudden, making the rounds in trade rumors and there are a few teams looking in his direction. Among them, the Calgary Flames, Vegas Golden Knights, New Jersey Devils, and Carolina Hurricanes could be interesting targets. Each team has a different situation they are facing when it comes to their trade deadline strategy, but all need that one offensive player who can produce goals and Tarasenko has the ability to do that in bunches.

  • New England Sports Network

    Buy or Sell: Calgary Flames to Go Over 97.5 Points

    The Calgary Flames had high expectations entering the regular season, but it's been somewhat of a rollercoaster ride on the ice. Let's look into the Calgary Flames' odds to record more than 97.5 points on the FanDuel Sportsbook and if there's value in them to over or under that number. It wasn't a quiet offseason for the Calgary Flames, who made a blockbuster trade and signed free agent Nazem Kadri. Acquiring Jonathan Huberdeau and Mackenzie Weegar from the Florida Panthers was thought of as a move that could pay dividends for Calgary.