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31 in 31: Calgary Flames 2017-18 season preview

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars’s Dan Rosen and Matt Waymire take a look at the Calgary Flames for the upcoming 2017-18 NHL season

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10 thoughts on “31 in 31: Calgary Flames 2017-18 season preview

  1. – The Flames should be better on the blueline with the addition of Hamonic, but the big question – again – will be whether or not they've solved their goaltending. Mike Smith is getting up there…but at least he's on a better team now in Calgary than he was in Arizona. So his numbers might jump up with a better defensive unit in front of him. I think the Flames should at least be in the playoff discussion again next season; maybe not necessarily a lock to make it, but they look good enough on paper at least contend for a playoff spot again next season.

  2. Yawn. Move along folks, nothing to see here. Same old "goalies have improved in Calgary" nonsense we see year in year out. Come back when it's proved on the ice

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