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Pre-Season Preview: Calgary Flames vs Boston Bruins 9/15/18 (1/10)

Pre-Season Preview: Calgary Flames vs Boston Bruins 9/15/18 (1/10)

The Flames and Bruins meet for the first of two pre-season games The Calgary Flames and Boston Bruins will kick off the NHL’s pre-season schedule with a date in Shenzhen, China. It will be the first game for both of these teams in 2018-19, and will be the second time the NHL has ventured into China, after the LA Kings and Vancouver Canucks played two pre-season games there last year as well. I’m going to keep this preview short as it’s the pre-season, and both teams have really only had a few practices now. Tonight will be the first chance for Flames fans to see Noah Hanifin, Elias...
Sportsnet.ca Sep 5, 2018
Hurricanes’ Dougie Hamilton: Flames defence ‘didn’t turn out so good’

Hurricanes’ Dougie Hamilton: Flames defence ‘didn’t turn out so good’

Dougie Hamilton is joining a promising Carolina Hurricanes blue line, not unlike the situation he found himself in with the Calgary Flames years ago. The post Hurricanes’ Dougie Hamilton: Flames defence ‘didn’t turn out so good’ appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Calgary Sun Aug 30, 2018

Calgary Flames sign D Noah Hanifin

When Brad Treliving pulled the trigger on a deal that saw defenceman Noah Hanifin join the Calgary Flames while Dougie Hamilton was shipped out to the Carolina Hurricanes, many were wondering what Hanifin’s game was all about. On a team as inexperienced defensively as the Hurricanes, is his game, really, everything it had been hyped […]
Hani-Finally! Flames sign Noah Hanifin to 6-year deal

Hani-Finally! Flames sign Noah Hanifin to 6-year deal

The signing came just weeks before the start of training camp The Calgary Flames announced Thursday night that they have signed RFA defenceman Noah Hanifin to a 6-year deal worth $29.7 million dollars, with an AAV (Average annual value) of $4.95 million. Hanifin, 21, was acquired along with Elias Lindholm as part of the blockbuster trade that saw Micheal Ferland, Dougie Hamilton, and prospect Adam Fox head to Carolina this summer. Hanifin is now the second highest paid Flames D-man after captain Mark Giordano (AAV $6.75 million).
CBC News Aug 30, 2018

Flames lock up defenceman Noah Hanifin to 6-year deal

The Calgary Flames have locked up defenceman Noah Hanifin. The club announced Thursday evening that they have signed the restricted free agent to a six-year contract with an annual average salary of US$4.95 million.

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