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Via flames.nhl.com: Forward Niklas Hagman was claimed off re-entry waivers by the Anaheim Ducks on Monday. Hagman was placed on waivers by the Calgary Flames on November 10th. The 31-year-old from Espoo, Finland was unclaimed and sent down to the Abbotsford Heat of the American Hockey League. He was then placed on re-entry waivers where [...]
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The Anaheim Ducksannounced Monday that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has claimed leftwing Niklas Hagman off waivers from the Calgary Flames.
Hagman, 31(12579), has appeared in 707 career NHL games with Florida (2001-06), Dallas(2005-08), Toronto (2008-10) and Calgary (2011-12), scoring 139-143=282 pointswith 208 penalty minutes (PIM). Hagman appeared in eight games with...
via Bob McKenzie tweets, ANA claims Niklas Hagman on re-entry waivers from CGY.
CGY responsible for half of Hagman’s remaining salary ($3M annually) and a cap hit of $1.5M. ANA pays the balance and also has $1.5M cap hit
Hagman’s contract expires at the end of this season.
from Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun, It’s a reputation Bourque hasn’t shaken, and that took a further hit this weekend when Hockey Night in Canada’s Kelly Hrudey fired pointed shots at the Flames winger.
“His passion meter — it’s not low on a scale from 1 to 10. It’s turned off,” Hrudey said. “This guy has to learn that you actually have to have passion in a...
Anaheim claimed Hagman on reentry waivers Monday from the Calgary Flames. Coach Randy Carlyle says Hagman will get the chance to play once he gets a work permit.Anaheim claimed Hagman on reentry waivers Monday from the Calgary Flames. Coach Randy Carlyle says Hagman will get the chance to play once he gets a work permit.
Calgary Flames center Matt Stajan, who arrived with Niklas Hagman in the now-lamentable Dion Phaneuf trade, said last week of Hagman:
"There's no doubt in my mind he can contribute in this league. For whatever reason, he didn't seem to fit here. Hopefully, he gets a chance somewhere.
That somewhere is with the flailing Anaheim Ducks, who snagged him on re-entry waivers...
Two former Flames stars will have their careers honourd by being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame tonight. It is appropriate that Joe Nieuwendyk and Doug Gilmour will enter the HHOF together after winning a Stanley Cup together in Calgary in 1989. The Cup was the first of 3 that Nieuwendyk would win and [...]
They will pick up a prorated part of his salary, about $1.1 million. Hagman could help up front and the acquisition could lead to an all-Finn line if he joins Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu.They will pick up a prorated part of his salary, about $1.1 million. Hagman could help up front and the acquisition could lead to an all-Finn line if he joins Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu.
Calgary, AB - Forward Niklas Hagman was claimed on re-entry waivers by the Anaheim Ducks on Monday.
Hagman was placed on waivers by the Calgary Flames on November 10th. The 31-year-old from Espoo, Finland was...
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As exciting as it is to play in some of the more raucous barns in the National Hockey League, a trip to Alberta is never easy. The Calgary Flames in particular are a tough squad to knock off, and Ottawa would know - before tonight, the Senators last win at the Saddledome came back in 2003.
But, tonight's 3-1 victory put an end to...
In a bid to drum up more offense on a team that ranks last in the NHL in scoring, the Anaheim Ducks on Monday claimed left wing Niklas Hagman on re-entry waivers from the Calgary Flames.
BYRON TORCHES VARLAMOV FOR HIS FIRST AS A FLAME
CALGARY, AB -- When the Calgary Flames recalled Paul Byron on Nov. 10, it was for two purposes.
First of all, he was needed to help fill the void up ...
The Anaheim Ducks claimed veteran left wing Niklas Hagman off of re-entry waivers on Monday
BACKLUND'S 100TH GAME
Mikael Backlund in his third game of the season and his 100th NHL game. The 22 year-old was Calgary's first-round pick in 2007. He went 24th overall in the draft. In 100 games with the te...
Maybe that will satisfy those who claimed Thursday's win didn't really count. Then again, Calgary will almost certainly be long gone when the shiny things are handed out in the spring. But it's still better than Columbus.
The Hawks pretty much cruised to victory Sunday night. They weren't spectacular. Games on the backend of a a back-to-back rarely are. But they were...