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2020 NHL Playoffs – Qualifying Round – CGY vs. WPG

Friday, July 31, 2020

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The @Calgary Flames and @Winnipeg Jets will face-off in the only all-Canadian matchup of the Qualifying Round. After a 12-12-4 start to the season and some ugly news regarding head coach Bill Peters, the Flames parted ways and hired Geoff Ward, who guided them to a 24-15-3 record. Calgary was the ninth-best team in the…

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Calgary Flames sign D Rasmus Andersson to six-year extension

Thursday, January 9, 2020

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The Calgary Flames have signed D Rasmus Andersson to a six-year contract extension, the club announced Wednesday. The deal sees the Flames buy two years of unrestricted free agency as Andersson, who was slated to be an RFA at season’s end, earns an AAV of $4.5-million.

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2020 Fantasy Hockey Season Preview: Calgary Flames

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

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While they certainly have the makings of a contender, the Flames will be hard-pressed to surpass last year’s win total. Led by a dynamic group of young superstars, Calgary produced over 3.5 goals per game last season. The top-heavy nature of their offense was ultimately their downfall. Calgary had no plan B when their stars…

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Introducing the DailyFaceoff Betting Section

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

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First we teamed up with our friends at Corsica Hockey to add Player Ratings to our Line Combination pages and now we have added their Betting Tools to DailyFaceoff.  Corsica uses “sophisticated machine learning algorithms” to generate their betting predictions. Corsica has set out to find an edge against the Money Line, the Spread and…

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Hamonic Suffers Facial Fracture in Fight with Gudbranson

Friday, October 5, 2018

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The Calgary Flames announced defenseman Travis Hamonic is out week-to-week with a facial fracture. Hamonic suffered the injury in Wednesday’s game during a fight with Canucks’ defenseman Erik Gudbranson early in the first period. Hamonic returned wearing a face shield late in the first period and played the remainder of the game. The fight was…

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2018-19 Season Preview: Calgary Flames

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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The Calgary Flames endured a mediocre campaign in 2017-18, finishing the year with a 37-35-10 record. They finished fifth in the Pacific Division and 11 points shy of a playoff berth. It was a disappointing result that followed a 94-point campaign the year before. Johnny Gaudreau led the team with a career-high 84 points, but…

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The Flames signed Hanifin to six-year extension

Friday, August 31, 2018

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The Calgary Flames signed defenseman Noah Hanifin to a six-year, $29.7 million ($4.95M AAV) on Thursday night.  The Flames acquired Hanifin from the Carolina Hurricanes in late-June trade. Calgary gave up Dougie Hamilton, Michael Ferland and Adam Fox and received the 21-year-old defenseman and forward Elias Lindholm.  Hanifin is coming off of the best offensive…

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Breaking Down the Hurricanes/Flames Trade

Sunday, June 24, 2018

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Day one of the NHL Draft was quiet, but the Carolina Hurricanes and Calgary Flames made a big splash on day two.  The Hurricanes traded Noah Hanifin and Elias Lindholm to the Flames for Dougie Hamilton, Micheal Ferland and prospect Adam Fox.  The Hurricanes were having a difficult time signing restricted free agent Lindholm and were…

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DailyFaceoff Wednesday GPP Stacks

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

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Hey everyone, and welcome back. The NHL season is finally here and with that of course that means DFS. Tonight there is a four game opening night slate and while that isn’t the largest of slates I still think there will be some good options for stacking and I will outline my favorites below. Winnipeg Jets: On…

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DailyFaceoff 2017-18 NHL Predictions

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

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Oops. I guess I started my season previews too late because I only made it to Ottawa… not even close. Well let’s skip Philadelphia to Winnipeg and just get to my season predictions. This season we could truly see a changing of the guard in the NHL with former basement dwellers like the Edmonton Oilers…

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