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The focus of the hockey world is shifting from Sochi to speculation.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics officially closed and the NHL’s roster freeze now lifted, you can expect to hear all sorts of rumours and rumblings before the March 5 trade deadline.
One name that is certain to be mentioned repeatedly is that of Calgary Flames left-winger Michael Cammalleri, a soon-to-be unrestricted free agent with a knack for finding the back of the net.
The 31-year-old Cammalleri has 13 goals and eight assists in 41 outings for the Flames so far this season.
Here are five uniforms he could be wearing after the deadline ...
The Ducks entered the Olympic break atop the NHL standings, the frontrunner for the President’s Trophy and top playoff seed in the Western Conference thanks to 41-14-5 record. With the Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues hot on their heels, the Ducks will be tempted to add to their arsenal. What makes Cammalleri an appealing option? The Ducks have plenty o...
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As expected, Cammalleri would not lean one way or another but perhaps some of you may want to read between the lines.
Cammalleri will have UFA status in July and is rumored to be one of the top 4 players available at the trade deadline.
History, now, are the Olympic Games.
Next up? The Obvious Games.
Because for rebuilding outfits, such as the Calgary Flames, the days leading up to the National Hockey League trade deadline hold little mystery.
Their motivation is selling. There’s no other way.
Brian Burke, back from Sochi, has until March 5 — a little more than a week — to transform outgoing assets into...
Call it youthful enthusiasm, or straight naivete — whatever the case, Flames rookie Sean Monahan is talking playoffs.
“We’re going to push for a spot to get in the playoffs and we think we can do it,” Monahan told the Calgary Sun. “We’re going to push every game and see what we can do.”
The Flames sit second from last in the Western Conference at the time of writing...
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Over the past few weeks, we spoke how the Rangers might target Mike Cammalleri or Matt Moulson at the trade deadline to fill a need for top-six scoring consistency. It is the only real need for this team since the trade for Kevin Klein, as that trade addressed two needs: toughness on defense, and a right handed shot for the third pairing. With...
The UMass Lowell River Hawks fought back to tie the Boston College Eagles at the Tsongas Center on Saturday night, 2-2. Adam Chapie and AJ White tallied goals only minutes apart in the third period to get the River Hawks back in the game from a two-goal deficit. Game 31: Boston College at UMass Lowell GAME FEATURE | LIVE BLOG | GALLERY ON FLICKR The post Photo Gallery...