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Rotoworld Feb 16, 2015

Potter, Bollig and Wolf scratched on Monday - Corey Potter (D) Calgary Flames

Corey Potter, Brandon Bollig and David Wolf will all be healthy scratches in Monday's game against Boston.

Vancouver Canucks @ Calgary Flames Game Recap: Happy Valentine's Day

No love was lost between the teams. Well.. no love was found to begin with. The rivals did not disappoint. Neither did Ramo. First off, happy Valentine’s Day to all you couples out there. And happy I’m-glad-I’m-single-and-don’t-have-to-deal-with-this Day to the rest of you. Tonight is a very important game for the Calgary Flames for at least three reasons: 1. It’s a divisional battle and the Flames need to regain control of their playoff fate. 2. Brandon Bollig has been scratched and if they lose, Bob Hartley may never scratch him again. 3. It’s the Vancouver Canucks. We hate...
Rotoworld Feb 14, 2015

Brandon Bollig to be scratched on Saturday - Brandon Bollig (W) Calgary Flames

Brandon Bollig is expected to be scratched on Saturday against Vancouver.

The case for Paul Byron over Brandon Bollig

Brandon Bollig is expected to draw back into the lineup tonight. Paul Byron is not. This is very counter-productive. With an illness making its way through the Calgary Flames locker room, numerous players have had to sit out of a game or two. Most recently, both Brandon Bollig and Paul Byron were unable to dress for Monday's game against the San Jose Sharks. Both are healthy and available once again, so while David Wolf goes back to taking a seat, it's... Bollig drawing back into the lineup. This is expected to be Byron's first healthy scratch of the year. And it's not a smart move;...

NHL results and news, Feb. 2: Rangers beat Panthers

Dan Boyle scored midway through the third period and Rick Nash and Mats Zuccarello added insurance goals as the Rangers beat the Florida Panthers 6-3 in New York on Monday. Carl Hagelin was stopped by Luongo on a penalty shot with 3:19 remaining to keep it a two-goal game, but Nash scored into an empty net at 18:07. The Panthers held a 1-0 lead in the first and dug out of a 3-1 hole in the second, but fell to 1-6-1 in their past eight and are eight points out of the final spot in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Raphael Diaz and Brandon Bollig each scored his first goal of the season...

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