The Calgary Flames made some big moves over the summer to help prevent the regression so many had previously predicted for them following their breakout 2014-15 season.
The staff at Eye on Hockey is handing out grades for each team's offseason as a whole so far. Up next is the vastly improved Pacific Division.
The IIHF Division Two World Championships provided us with one of the worst shootout attempts ever.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are here and the Eye on Hockey staff is getting you ready for the first round with five things to know about every series. Here's a look at Canucks vs. Flames.
Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored a double goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets when he put the puck, then himself into the net during the second period.
Frederik Andersen, T.J. Brodie and Alex Galchenyuk are among the great surprises so far. Evan Berofsky analyzes the prospects of five overachievers.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and Florida Panthers take the ice again after their heated matchup on Saturday night. Elsewhere, can the Calgary Flames finally put their losing streak to an end?
The Red Wings defy expectation, reinforced with Hakan Andersson's talent pipeline. Paul Bruno says the deeper Leafs are doing the same in Toronto.
Vancouver Canucks forward Jannik Hansen is expected to be fine after his collapse on the team's bench following a big hit from Dennis Wideman of the Calgary Flames.
The Calgary Flames added one to the blooper reel on Saturday night, scoring into their own goal on a delayed penalty call.

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