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Cool story here. Stockton signed Johnny Gaudreau's brother to an AHL deal, among 3 others. 



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I know we have cap issues, but it would be nice to reward players from the Heat.

Gawdin leading the team with 31p in 29 games

Phillips just a point back with 30p in 18 games


Gawdin, Ohillips and Quine all averaging more than a p/gp.


Goal scoring leaders:

Phillips 14g 

Robinson and Philps both 13g

Gawdin and Lomberg both 10g 

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Was reading a stortu about Flames prospects being invited to WJC "camps".

Nothing earth shattering, but there was a piece about Greg Moro, who was signed by the Heat in April.



Item Four: Greg Moro Named Best Defenseman at Clarkson University

The 24-year-old Flames prospect Greg Moro was named the best defenseman at Clarkson University (a small liberal arts university in New York State). After four seasons with the Clarkson Golden Knights, he signed an AHL contract with the Stockton Heat in April.


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These 3️⃣ were the BEST of the best this year. Congratulations to the #ECACHockey Player of the Year Finalists!

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It was the second season in a row that he was named Best Defenseman of the Year. Moro was also a finalist for the ECAC Defenseman of the Year. He finished his senior season with seven points (1 goal and 6 assists) and was an alternate captain. During his four-year career, he scored 20 points (5 goals and 15 assists) and helped lead the Golden Knights to the ECAC conference championship 2018-19.

Moro, a native of Edmonton, Alberta, played junior hockey with the SJHL’s Humboldt Broncos and the AJHL’s Lloydminster Bobcats before heading east to play with Clarkson ahead of the 2016-17 season. He was part of Clarkson’s third-ranked NCAA defense, that only gave up 1.85 goals per game.

Related: 6 Vancouver Canucks Forward Prospects Moving Up the System

Moro is a rare right-shot, shutdown defenseman. At 6-foot-4 and 207 pounds, he has the size and skills the Flames need in their system.

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