Patrick Sieloff will take part in the Calgary Flames development camp next week, having had the vast majority of his 2013-14 season cut short by a staph infection.
Sieloff, a second-round pick of the Flames in 2012, joined the Abbotsford Heat in the American Hockey League last fall, becoming the youngest player on the roster at the time, according to the Abbotsford News.
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We may be approaching the dog days of the summer, but that's not keeping Jay Feaster and the Calgary Flames from keeping busy.
The Flames have announced the signing of defense prospect Patrick Sieloff. Sieloff's three-year entry-level contract will carry an average annual salary of $925,000.
Sieloff, 19, was selected in...
A homegrown Bruin will not be taking the ice for Team USA at this year’s World Junior Championship, as defenseman Matt Grzelcyk has been cut from the team in favor of Patrick Sieloff.
The 5-foot-9 blue liner, currently a freshman at Boston University, hails from Charlestown, Mass., and was drafted by the Bruins in the third round (85th overall) of the 2012 NHL Draft.
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Drafted: Round 2 / 42nd Overall / 2012
This18 year old defenseman is currently playing in his first year of the OHL. He was slated to play for the University of Miami but elected to sign on with Windsor instead. While not the biggest guy he loves to go for the big...