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  1. Yeah, self-rentals doesn’t really cut it for only 3-4 games.... who knew?
  2. I think you are right, but dang! The Flames were just getting warmed up.... waiting to get hot in time for the playoffs. As commented above, this should have a HUGE impact on next year’s Salary Cap.... No?
  3. Been hanging in the weeds, watching developments. As is obvious, no reason to get over-excited about this team before playoffs. Seems like the team is doing the same thing (I hope). Personally I'm hoping Gustaffson(PP & scoring) and Forbot(actual D & physicality) are upgrades on both Brodie and Hamonic and that we sign both. Those two plus Anderson and Valimaki could be our core D going forward. Love Gio but also believe it may be beneficial to trade him this summer, though I doubt that happens. If you keep Hannifin that's 6 D, plus I'd also keep Kylington as his speed is missing elsewhere and he seems to be getting better. Hamonic and Brodie for the playoffs(self-rentals) and re-sign 1 or trade both afterwards for whatever you can get.
  4. You seem awful certain that Brodie and Hamonic will not be back. Your right, but in reality we don’t know....
  5. If BP is gone, which seems inevitable, think Jankowski might be the one player that benefits most. He is a shell of the player that advanced from the AHL and with his more reticent personality it’s not hard to imagine he would regress after getting pigeon-holed and perhaps worse.
  6. Disagree, think Kylington has come a long way to prove himself a reliable regular, with more to give.
  7. Absolutely true. Sure he plays an aggressive style, but the issue is inequality in the reffing. Seems like he is getting singled out.
  8. Can we get the team playing up to near their potential and settled in before worrying about the mixmaster? A month from now there could be a trade or two, plus a call-up or two, without even considering injuries. There are many, many months to try different things if by some miracle this line-up stays intact as is......
  9. Exactly the case. His attitude forced a trade because he was not professional and poison in the room, I'd expect.
  10. Actually Lucic hasn't looked bad so far, and there clearly is a discernible uplift throughout the team with him here. Interesting Lucic comments from Tkachuk on After Hours last night. He was saying players really fear him, and always know when he is on the ice.
  11. Realism, for any team is no Stanley Cup and ups and downs throughout the season. Same for all teams. I guess the question is what a person focuses (comments) on. No player is perfect, so it’s easy to build up, or tear them down, however you are so inclined. I’m not seeing many positive, build up type comments but just the opposite.... hence my comment. There will be ample opportunity to criticize every player come the season, just thinking it would nice to be positive at the start. Of course, being negative at the start gives a guy the opportunity to say “I told you so” later on.... Can’t wait for Wednesday.
  12. OMGosh, I can’t believe you bunch of guys, all doom and gloom... this guy is no good, that guy is terrible, we should have kept these guys, and on and on. Get a grip. The Flames STILL have a very strong team, they brought in some of the stuff they were lacking, ie more speed and toughness, and didn’t lose a single key player off the roster (Hathaway?). Take a couple deep breaths, the season will be here shortly.
  13. The chart also shows that with Kylington: Gaudreau-same, Monahan-better, Bennett-better, and Jankowski-better. So what’s your point? Nothing conclusive here. The McDonald chart shows 6/13 players better with, 7/13 players worse.
  14. Disagree, Kylington has been improving each year and made huge strides last season. He’s more than ready.
  15. The wheeling-dealing may still happen, but at least now the pressure is off so BT can better make an actual hockey trade. If either Lindholm/Jankowski/Dube can elevate to a line with Tkachuk it opens up tons of internal possibilities and spreads the offensewhich should be better overall.
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