Fans Vote on 2016-17 Goal Song

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce the 2016-17 Goal Song Fan Vote presented by Honey’s Air & Solar, which kicks off on Monday, September 26.

“This year our team has been hard at work developing new strategies to engage our fan base and make the experience at Heat games more fun than ever before,” Team President Dave Piecuch said. “The opportunity for fans to directly impact the experience is an exciting one and we look forward to seeing which song we’ll use to celebrate our goals this season!”

Starting on Monday, September 26 and carrying through to Thursday, September 29, the Heat will reveal two new goal song candidates per day.  The voting will begin on StocktonHeat.com on September 29 following the final video release and will go on through Wednesday, October 5.  The top two vote getters will then be played during the Heat’s preseason game on Friday, October 7 with the final vote starting after the game and will end on Wednesday, October 12.

Fans will get to hear the winner in action during the Heat’s home opener against the San Jose Barracuda on Saturday, October 15.

Calgary Flames Open 2016 Training Camp

Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames open their 2016 training camp with fitness testing and medicals at the Canadian Sport Institute at Winsport on Thursday, September 22nd with media availability beginning at 10:00am (approximately). The first on-ice sessions are scheduled for Friday, September 23rd starting at 9:00am at the Scotiabank Saddledome. All on-ice sessions are open for viewing to the public.

The Flames will play seven preseason games (4 home and 3 away) in preparation for the start of the 2016-17 season. The first game(s) will see the Flames take on the Edmonton Oilers in a split-squad matchup on Monday, September 26th at the Scotiabank Saddledome and in Edmonton at Rogers Place. Calgary opens up the 2016-17 regular season at Rogers Place as they visit the Oilers on Wednesday, October 12th

Media are welcome to attend all on-ice sessions.  Players will be available upon request following the conclusion of each training day. 

TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE

Friday, September 23rd

9:00am                  Practice                 Team A (McDonald)                                                         Scotiabank Saddledome
11:00am                Practice                 Team B (Peplinski)                                                           Scotiabank Saddledome
1:00pm                  Practice                 Team C (McCrimmon)                                                     Scotiabank Saddledome

Saturday, September 24th  

9:00am                  Practice                 Team B (Peplinski)                                                           Scotiabank Saddledome
11:00am                Practice                 Team C (McCrimmon)                                                     Scotiabank Saddledome
1:00pm                  Practice                 Team A (McDonald)                                                         Scotiabank Saddledome

Sunday, September 25th                 

9:00am                  Practice                 Team C (McCrimmon)                                                     Scotiabank Saddledome
11:00am                Practice                 Team A (McDonald)                                                         Scotiabank Saddledome
1:00pm                  Practice                 Team B (Peplinski)                                                           Scotiabank Saddledome

Monday, September 26th              

10:00am                Pre-Game Skate  Game Group (in Edmonton)                                             Scotiabank Saddledome
11:30am                Pre-Game Skate  Game Group (in Calgary)                                                 Scotiabank Saddledome
1:00pm                  Practice                 Non-game group                                                               Scotiabank Saddledome
7:00pm                  Game                    Edmonton @ Calgary (split squad)                                Scotiabank Saddledome
7:00pm                  Game                    Calgary @ Edmonton (split squad)                                Rogers Place       

Tuesday, September 27th               

11:00am                Practice                 Players not travelling to Winnipeg                                    Scotiabank Saddledome

Wednesday, September 28th                       

RECOVERY DAY – NO MEDIA AVAILABILITY

Main camp schedule and groups are subject to change. Media are encouraged to visit the Flames media website at www.flamespr.com for updated schedules and groups.

CALGARY FLAMES HOCKEY CLUB

2016 Training Camp

Main Camp Roster

September 22 – October 11, 2016

By Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Team ‘A’ (McDonald)

Team ‘B’ (Peplinski)

Team ‘C’ (McCrimmon)

No.

Player

Pos.

No.

Player

Pos.

No.

Player

Pos.

72

McDonald, Mason

G

1

Elliott, Brian

G

31

Johnson, Chad

G

40

Rittich, David

G

32

Gillies, Jon

G

82

Parsons, Tyler

G

70

Schneider, Nick

G

5

Dyukov, Roman

LD

54

Andersson, Rasmus

LD

7

Brodie, T.J.

RD

5

Giordano, Mark

LD

98

Bruce, Riley

RD

29

Engelland, Deryk

RD

92

Hyman, Aaron

RD

63

Culkin, Ryan

LD

80

Falkovsky, Stepan

LD

73

Kanzig, Keegan

LD

8

Grossman, Nicklas

LD

55

Grigoriev, Mikhail

RD

53

Morrison, Kenney

RD

27

Hamilton, Dougie

RD

61

Kulak, Brett

LD

48

Robak, Colby

LD

26

Wotherspoon, Tyler

LD

58

Kylington, Oliver

LD

6

Wideman, Dennis

RD

57

Angelidis, Mike

C

95

Aagaard, Mikkel

C

46

Bailey, Matt

C

93

Bennett, Sam

C

42

Adam, Luke

C

52

Bollig, Brandon

LW

36

Brouwer, Troy

RW

17

Bouma, Lance

LW

79

Ferland, Micheal

LW

94

Burke, Brayden

RW

39

Chiasson, Alex

RW

38

Frattin, Matt

RW

62

Carroll, Austin

RW

65

Devane, Jamie

LW

25

Hamilton, Freddie

C

77

Jankowski, Mark

C

59

Dube, Dillon

LW

64

Hathaway, Garnet

RW

45

Klimchuk, Morgan

LW

56

Lomberg, Ryan

LW

20

Higgins, Chris

LW

21

Korpikoski, Lauri

LW

28

Poirier, Emile

RW

96

Kravchenko, Dennis

C

88

Mangiapane, Andrew

LW

49

Shinkaruk, Hunter

LW

47

Phillips, Matthew

LW

71

Smith, Hunter

RW

18

Stajan, Matt

C

60

Pollock, Brett

RW

19

Tkachuk, Matthew

LW

75

Tuulola, Eetu

RW

10

Vey, Linden

C

Not Skating

World Cup of Hockey

No.

Player

Pos.

No.

Player

Pos.

23

Monahan, Sean

C

11

Backlund, Mikael

C

74

Pribyl, Daniel

C

67

Frolik, Michael

C

15

Smid, Ladislav

LD

13

Gaudreau, John

LW

3

Jokipakka, Jyrki

LD

 

 

 

Heat Announce Fan Fest, Individual Tickets on Sale September 28

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce that the Heat will hold their annual Fan Fest after the two preseason games on Sunday, October 9 and that individual tickets to the preseason and regular season games will go on sale on Wednesday, September 28 at 10:00 a.m.

The Second Annual Heat Fan Fest will follow the previously announced preseason games, the first at Stockton Arena between the Heat and Tucson Roadrunners on Friday, October 7 at 7:30 p.m. before the team heads south to Bakersfield for their final tune-up game on Saturday, October 8.

Starting at 3:00, the Fan Fest will be the first chance for fans to meet the 2016-17 Stockton Heat and obtain autographs and pictures with players, a chance to talk with Head Coach Ryan Huska and his coaching staff, special raffles, new Heat merchandise at the Stockton Fan Attic and more.

Heat season ticket holders can begin to pick up their ticket books and season ticket holder gift at the preseason game.  Full season ticket holders will receive two tickets to the preseason game for every seat they have. Exclusively, season ticket holders can purchase additional tickets for the preseason game for only $5.

Individual tickets for the preseason and regular season games will go on sale Wednesday, September 28 at the Stockton Arena Ticket Office and through Ticketmaster starting at 10:00 a.m.  Tickets to the preseason game available to the public are $10.  All seating for the preseason is general admission.

Pricing for all 34 regular season home games are as follows:

  • Glass – $32
  • Club – $32
  • Lower Premium – $22
  • Upper Premium – $16
  • Lower End Zone – $16
  • Upper End Zone – $12

However the Heat have plenty of ways for you to save money while enjoying Heat hockey. Groups of 10 or more people can save money off these prices and get special recognition at the games, and can even raise funds for your cause, team or community center!

To learn more about setting up your group, or to learn about full or partial season ticket options, call the Heat Front Office at 209.373.1500 or visit StocktonHeat.com for more details.

Young Stars Classic Game Summary: Flames 4, Canucks 3 (OT)

Final – OT South Okanagan Events Centre    Mon, Sep 19, 2016 3:00 PM PST
Calgary Flames 4 Vancouver Canucks 3

 

GAME DETAILS
SCORING SHOTS
1 2 3 OT TOTALS
Calgary Flames 0 3 0 1 4
Vancouver Canucks 0 3 0 0 3
1 2 3 OT TOTALS
Calgary Flames 13 12 15 3 43
Vancouver Canucks 3 13 9 3 28

 

POWERPLAYS
Calgary Flames 1 – 5 : Vancouver Canucks 0 – 8

 

SCORING SUMMARY
Period 1
(no scoring)
Period 2
Vancouver CanucksMichael Carcone (Carl Neill, Yan-Pavel Laplante) 3:00
Calgary FlamesDENNIS KRAVCHENKO (DILLON DUBE, EETU TUULOLA) 3:59
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG (unassisted) 6:48
Vancouver CanucksJordan Subban (Michael Carcone) 14:33
Vancouver CanucksYan-Pavel Laplante (Marc-Olivier Roy) 14:51
Calgary FlamesEETU TUULOLA (power play) (KENNEY MORRISON) 19:28
Period 3
(no scoring)
Overtime
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG (short handed) (unassisted) 4:54

 

PENALTIES
Period 1
Calgary FlamesAUSTIN CARROLL – (Roughing), 2 MIN, 0:46
Vancouver CanucksJoe LaBate – (Roughing), 2 MIN, 0:46
Vancouver CanucksYan-Pavel Laplante – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 8:30
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 8:30
Vancouver CanucksJordan Subban – (Cross Checking), 2 MIN, 10:57
Calgary FlamesAARON HYMAN – (Tripping), 2 MIN, 14:46
Vancouver CanucksTate Olson – (Too Many Men) (Bench Minor), 2 MIN, 15:52
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG – (Slashing), 2 MIN, 18:14
Period 2
Calgary FlamesKENNEY MORRISON – (Interference), 2 MIN, 10:33
Vancouver CanucksJordan Subban – (Unsportsmanlike Conduct), 2 MIN, 12:23
Vancouver CanucksAshton Sautner – (Cross Checking), 2 MIN, 17:30
Period 3
Vancouver CanucksTyler Coulter – (High Sticking), 2 MIN, 1:21
Calgary FlamesEETU TUULOLA – (Too Many Men) (Bench Minor), 2 MIN, 3:06
Calgary FlamesKENNEY MORRISON – (Roughing), 2 MIN, 6:35
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (Interference), 2 MIN, 10:48
Calgary FlamesAUSTIN CARROLL – (Hooking), 2 MIN, 14:01
Overtime
Calgary FlamesAUSTIN CARROLL – (High Sticking), 2 MIN, 3:12

 

 Calgary Flames  Vancouver Canucks
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
19 TKACHUK, MATTHEW 0 0 0 -1 2 2
53 MORRISON, KENNEY 0 1 1 -1 4 4
54 ANDERSSON, RASMUS 0 0 0 0 2 0
56 LOMBERG, RYAN 2 0 2 +3 6 7
58 KYLINGTON, OLIVER 0 0 0 +1 4 0
59 DUBE, DILLON 0 1 1 +1 1 0
60 POLLOCK, BRETT 0 0 0 0 1 0
62 CARROLL, AUSTIN 0 0 0 -1 1 6
63 CULKIN, RYAN 0 0 0 0 0 0
70 SCHNEIDER, NICK 0 0 0 0 0 0
73 KANZIG, KEEGAN 0 0 0 0 2 0
75 TUULOLA, EETU 1 1 2 +2 4 0
77 JANKOWSKI, MARK 0 0 0 -1 5 0
78 DOUCET, JUSTIN 0 0 0 -2 0 0
82 PARSONS, TYLER 0 0 0 0 0 0
87 SEVIGNY, MATHIEU 0 0 0 -2 2 0
88 MANGIAPANE, ANDREW 0 0 0 +2 6 0
92 HYMAN, AARON 0 0 0 -1 0 2
94 BURKE, BRAYDEN 0 0 0 0 0 0
95 AAGAARD, MIKKEL 0 0 0 -2 2 0
96 KRAVCHENKO, DENNIS 1 0 1 +1 1 0
98 BRUCE, RILEY 0 0 0 0 0 0
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
35 Demko, Thatcher 0 0 0 0 0 0
41 D’Aoust, Alexis 0 0 0 0 1 0
43 Valk, Curtis 0 0 0 0 2 0
49 Abols, Rodrigo 0 0 0 0 2 0
52 Cassels, Cole 0 0 0 0 0 0
54 Brisebois, Guillaume 0 0 0 +1 1 0
57 Roy, Marc-Olivier 0 1 1 0 4 0
58 Carcone, Michael 1 1 2 0 2 0
59 Sautner, Ashton 0 0 0 0 0 2
62 LaBate, Joe 0 0 0 0 3 2
64 Olson, Tate 0 0 0 -1 1 0
67 Subban, Jordan 1 0 1 -1 4 4
68 Candella, Cole 0 0 0 -1 0 0
71 Stewart, Mackenze 0 0 0 +2 0 0
72 Neill, Carl 0 1 1 +1 3 0
74 Laplante, Yan-Pavel 1 1 2 +1 3 5
75 Garteig, Michael 0 0 0 0 0 0
77 McKenzie, Brett 0 0 0 0 1 0
78 Coulter, Tyler 0 0 0 -1 0 2
79 Moynihan, Danny 0 0 0 0 1 0
  GOALIES
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
70 NICK SCHNEIDER 30:33 10 9
82 TYLER PARSONS WIN 34:21 18 16
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
35 Thatcher Demko 40:00 25 22
75 Michael Garteig OTL 24:54 18 17

 

PENALTY TOTALS
Calgary Flames 23 minutes on 10 infractions Vancouver Canucks 17 minutes on 7 infractions

 

OTHER FACTS
Game Length: 2:21
Attendance: 3,376
Referee: Mike Campbell
Linesman 1: Travis Gawryletz
Linesman 2: Michael McGowan
Scorekeeper: Neil McPhedran
STAR 1: LOMBERG, RYAN (CGY)
STAR 2: TUULOLA, EETU (CGY)
STAR 3: Garteig, Michael (VAN)

Meet the Heat: Roman Dyukov

To get you excited about some new and returning faces, we once again bring you the “Meet the Heat” feature, introducing you to some of the players who could be on the ice here at Stockton Arena!

Today we’ll meet one of the newest faces on the team, Roman Dyukov.

The 20-year-old defenseman hails from the country of Belarus, which is a small country that borders Russia, and has in fact played his entire career for Belarussian teams or various versions of the Belarussian National Team.

Dyukov has played his entire junior and professional career in his hometown of Minsk, Belarus. He's also suited up for his country in a number of tournaments.

Dyukov has played his entire junior and professional career in his hometown of Minsk, Belarus. He’s also suited up for his country in a number of tournaments.

Beginning in 2011-12, Dyukov began his junior career with his hometown team based in Minsk, the capital city of Belarus, playing 29 games with the club.  Dyukov would also represent Belarus in the U-18 World Junior Championships (Division 1B), which is in the third tier grouping of countries (meaning Belarus did not compete against the top nations or even the second tier nations).  During that tournament, Dyukov must’ve gained a pretty good reputation because in just five games, the defensive defenseman had two assists to go along with 31 penalty minutes and a plus-7 rating.  Even in the third tier of the tournament as a 16-year-old, those are pretty nice numbers to have, but the gold medal he won at the end of it wouldn’t have hurt either!

Which would explain why in the next season, Dyukov made his professional debut in the VHL (Russia’s equivalent to the AHL), suiting up nine games for Yunost Minsk, a team he’d play for every year since.  Another significant event occurred later in 2012 as Dyukov would be selected in the fifth round of the KHL’s Entry Draft (Russia’s top league), 149th overall by Dinamo Minsk.

Dyukov still has played for his junior club every year as well with his best statistcal year coming in 2014-15 when the defender had a combined 9 points between his junior and pro club and was a combined plus-11.

However this past season, Dyukov established career highs with pro team of Yunost Minsk with 8 points and a plus-22 rating in 32 games to go along with 4 points and a plus-8 rating during the playoffs en route to a Belarussian Championship.

His international experience has grown as well, suiting up in both the U18 and U20 Belarussian national teams as they were promoted from Division B to Division A, including Dyukov’s second gold medal as he helped Belarus win the U20 Division 1A championship.  In 2015-16, Dyukov also played 7 games for Belarus during the World Championships, playing against some of the world’s top pros.

Dyukov suited up for Belarus in the World Championships in 2015-16 and without a doubt increased his stock overseas with an impressive performance from a 20-year-old defenseman.

Dyukov suited up for Belarus in the World Championships in 2015-16 and without a doubt increased his stock overseas with an impressive performance from a 20-year-old defenseman.

This year will not only mark Dyukov’s move to the North American game, but it also was his first flirtation with any of the big clubs here on the continent.

While Calgary’s European Scouts were hard at work identifying the young man as a prospect, it’d be an invitation to the Flames developmental camp early in the summer that would pave the way to his first AHL contract with the Heat on July 28, 2016.

While it’d be tough to compare Dyukov to any defenseman, certainly the path he took to North America is similar to that of another European defenseman familiar to Heat fans.  At, 27-years-old, Jakub Nakladal moved his entire family from the Czech Republic to North America, spending time in both Stockton and in Calgary.  Nakladal may have had a few more years pro, and a couple seasons with top leagues in the Czech Republic, Russia and Finland, it would be a strong showing at the World Championships that helped garner NHL attention.

Dyukov could certainly be the next Euro defenseman to capture the minds and hearts of Heat and Flames fans alike, and with a projected defense to look a bit more on the offensive side than the defensive side, a simple defenseman like Dyukov could find himself in a terrific place to succeed in the AHL and earn even more NHL attention.

Look for the 6’1″ defenseman during this weekend’s tournament in Penticton, British Columbia as the games will be streamed via CalgaryFlames.com and the Flames App.  Dyukov will be wearing 76.

Young Stars Classic Game Summary: Flames 3, Oilers 4 (OT)

Final – OT South Okanagan Events Centre    Sat, Sep 17, 2016 7:30 PM PST
Edmonton Oilers 4 Calgary Flames 3

 

GAME DETAILS
SCORING SHOTS
1 2 3 OT TOTALS
Edmonton Oilers 1 1 1 1 4
Calgary Flames 1 0 2 0 3
1 2 3 OT TOTALS
Edmonton Oilers 9 11 7 1 28
Calgary Flames 12 10 16 0 38

 

POWERPLAYS
Edmonton Oilers 2 – 6 : Calgary Flames 0 – 5

 

SCORING SUMMARY
Period 1
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK (AUSTIN CARROLL, MARK JANKOWSKI) 9:01
Edmonton OilersJoey Benik (power play) (unassisted) 18:59
Period 2
Edmonton OilersJoey Benik (power play) (Aaron Irving) 11:57
Period 3
Edmonton OilersCollin Shirley (Jaedon Descheneau) 6:33
Calgary FlamesMIKKEL AAGAARD (unassisted) 7:54
Calgary FlamesBRAYDEN BURKE (HUNTER SMITH, ROMAN DYUKOV) 10:55
Overtime
Edmonton OilersJaedon Descheneau (Chad Butcher) 2:47

 

PENALTIES
Period 1
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG – (Hooking), 2 MIN, 9:48
Edmonton OilersChad Butcher – (Unsportsmanlike Conduct), 2 MIN, 9:48
Calgary FlamesBRETT POLLOCK – (Holding), 2 MIN, 12:43
Edmonton OilersAaron Irving – (Tripping), 2 MIN, 13:29
Calgary FlamesDILLON DUBE – (Slashing), 2 MIN, 17:31
Period 2
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (Spearing) (Double Minor), 4 MIN, 5:07
Calgary FlamesAUSTIN CARROLL – (Cross Checking), 2 MIN, 7:19
Calgary FlamesRYAN CULKIN – (Delay of Game), 2 MIN, 11:35
Edmonton OilersGreg Chase – (Hooking), 2 MIN, 12:01
Edmonton OilersBen Betker – (Cross Checking), 2 MIN, 13:31
Edmonton OilersMatt Benning – (High Sticking), 2 MIN, 14:51
Calgary FlamesHUNTER SMITH – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 16:39
Edmonton OilersKayle Doetzel – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 16:39
Edmonton OilersKayle Doetzel – (Interference), 2 MIN, 16:39
Period 3
(no penalties)
Overtime
(no penalties)

 

 Edmonton Oilers  Calgary Flames
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
30 Wells, Dylan 0 0 0 0 0 0
40 Bouchard, Keven 0 0 0 0 0 0
41 Soustal, Tomas 0 0 0 -1 0 0
46 Descheneau, Jaedon 1 1 2 +1 3 0
47 Benik, Joey 2 0 2 -1 3 0
52 Russell, Patrick 0 0 0 -1 2 0
57 Shirley, Collin 1 0 1 0 2 0
58 Bauer, Lane 0 0 0 -1 0 0
60 Stadnyk, Carson 0 0 0 -1 0 0
61 Christoffer, Braden 0 0 0 0 2 0
64 Foster, Thomas 0 0 0 -1 2 0
65 Butcher, Chad 0 1 1 +1 3 2
71 Platzer, Kyle 0 0 0 0 2 0
72 Chase, Greg 0 0 0 0 1 2
76 Betker, Ben 0 0 0 0 1 2
81 Jones, Caleb 0 0 0 -2 2 0
83 Benning, Matt 0 0 0 -3 2 2
89 Doetzel, Kayle 0 0 0 0 0 7
90 Irving, Aaron 0 1 1 +1 2 2
92 Jenkins, Kyle 0 0 0 +1 1 0
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
19 TKACHUK, MATTHEW 1 0 1 0 4 4
47 PHILLIPS, MATTHEW 0 0 0 0 1 0
53 MORRISON, KENNEY 0 0 0 -1 0 0
54 ANDERSSON, RASMUS 0 0 0 0 1 0
56 LOMBERG, RYAN 0 0 0 0 1 2
58 KYLINGTON, OLIVER 0 0 0 -1 6 0
59 DUBE, DILLON 0 0 0 0 1 2
60 POLLOCK, BRETT 0 0 0 0 0 2
62 CARROLL, AUSTIN 0 1 1 0 4 2
63 CULKIN, RYAN 0 0 0 +2 4 2
71 SMITH, HUNTER 0 1 1 +2 1 5
72 MCDONALD, MASON 0 0 0 0 0 0
75 TUULOLA, EETU 0 0 0 0 1 0
76 DYUKOV, ROMAN 0 1 1 +3 0 0
77 JANKOWSKI, MARK 0 1 1 0 1 0
78 DOUCET, JUSTIN 0 0 0 0 0 0
80 FALKOVSKY, STEPAN 0 0 0 0 2 0
82 PARSONS, TYLER 0 0 0 0 0 0
88 MANGIAPANE, ANDREW 0 0 0 -1 4 0
94 BURKE, BRAYDEN 1 0 1 +2 2 0
95 AAGAARD, MIKKEL 1 0 1 +1 5 0
  GOALIES
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
30 Dylan Wells WIN 62:47 38 35
40 Keven Bouchard (b)
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
82 TYLER PARSONS 31:35 18 17
72 MASON MCDONALD OTL 31:12 10 7

 

PENALTY TOTALS
Edmonton Oilers 17 minutes on 7 infractions Calgary Flames 19 minutes on 8 infractions

 

OTHER FACTS
Game Length: 2:26
Attendance: 4,086
Referee: Reid Anderson
Linesman 1: Michael McGowan
Linesman 2: Tarrington Wyonzek
Scorekeeper: Peter Tremblay
STAR 1: Descheneau, Jaedon (EDM)
STAR 2: Benik, Joey (EDM)
STAR 3: BURKE, BRAYDEN (CGY)

Young Stars Classic Game Summary: Flames 4, Jets 1

Final

South Okanagan Events Centre    Fri, Sep 16, 2016 4:00 PM PST
Winnipeg Jets 1 Calgary Flames 4

 

GAME DETAILS
SCORING SHOTS
1 2 3 TOTALS
Winnipeg Jets 1 0 0 1
Calgary Flames 0 2 2 4
1 2 3 TOTALS
Winnipeg Jets 10 8 5 23
Calgary Flames 15 13 15 43

 

POWERPLAYS
Winnipeg Jets 1 – 5 : Calgary Flames 0 – 5

 

SCORING SUMMARY
Period 1
Winnipeg JetsJansen Harkins (power play) (unassisted) 11:07
Period 2
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW PHILLIPS (KENNEY MORRISON) 0:33
Calgary FlamesANDREW MANGIAPANE (unassisted) 18:44
Period 3
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG (ANDREW MANGIAPANE, OLIVER KYLINGTON) 8:48
Calgary FlamesAUSTIN CARROLL (unassisted) 12:12

 

PENALTIES
Period 1
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (Elbowing), 2 MIN, 7:24
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (Cross Checking), 2 MIN, 7:24
Winnipeg JetsJan Kostalek – (Slashing), 2 MIN, 8:42
Winnipeg JetsTyson Wilson – (Too Many Men) (Bench Minor), 2 MIN, 10:56
Period 2
Winnipeg JetsLogan Stanley – (High Sticking), 2 MIN, 5:43
Calgary FlamesKENNEY MORRISON – (Interference), 2 MIN, 5:57
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (High Sticking), 2 MIN, 14:46
Calgary FlamesMIKKEL AAGAARD – (Tripping), 2 MIN, 18:56
Period 3
Winnipeg JetsMatt Murphy – (Delay of Game), 2 MIN, 4:20
Winnipeg JetsAxel Blomqvist – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 14:44
Winnipeg JetsLogan Stanley – (Roughing), 2 MIN, 14:44
Winnipeg JetsLogan Stanley – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44
Winnipeg JetsNelson Nogier – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44
Calgary FlamesMATTHEW TKACHUK – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44
Calgary FlamesRYAN LOMBERG – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44
Calgary FlamesKENNEY MORRISON – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44
Calgary FlamesKENNEY MORRISON – (Fighting) (Major), 5 MIN, 14:44
Calgary FlamesKEEGAN KANZIG – (Misconduct) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:44

 

 Winnipeg Jets  Calgary Flames
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
41 Connor, Kyle 0 0 0 -1 4 0
45 Lodge, Jimmy 0 0 0 -1 1 0
48 Lemieux, Brendan 0 0 0 -1 0 0
50 Phillips, Jamie 0 0 0 0 0 0
51 Green, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0
52 Roslovic, Jack 0 0 0 -1 0 0
53 Kostalek, Jan 0 0 0 -1 1 2
58 Harkins, Jansen 1 0 1 -2 4 0
60 Berdin, Mikhail 0 0 0 0 0 0
62 Nogier, Nelson 0 0 0 -3 1 10
64 Stanley, Logan 0 0 0 -2 2 14
65 Blomqvist, Axel 0 0 0 0 1 5
67 Stallard, Jordy 0 0 0 0 0 0
70 Wilson, Tyson 0 0 0 -1 1 0
77 De Leo, Chase 0 0 0 -1 2 0
79 Denham, Brandon 0 0 0 -2 2 0
80 Spacek, Michael 0 0 0 -2 2 0
86 Fronk, Jiri 0 0 0 -1 1 0
87 Murphy, Matt 0 0 0 -1 0 2
89 Gennaro, Matteo 0 0 0 0 1 0
# NAME G A PTS +/- S PIM
19 TKACHUK, MATTHEW 0 0 0 0 3 16
32 GILLIES, JON 0 0 0 0 0 0
47 PHILLIPS, MATTHEW 1 0 1 +1 2 0
53 MORRISON, KENNEY 0 1 1 +3 4 17
54 ANDERSSON, RASMUS 0 0 0 0 1 0
56 LOMBERG, RYAN 1 0 1 +2 2 10
58 KYLINGTON, OLIVER 0 1 1 +2 2 0
59 DUBE, DILLON 0 0 0 +1 1 0
60 POLLOCK, BRETT 0 0 0 +1 2 0
62 CARROLL, AUSTIN 1 0 1 +1 3 0
63 CULKIN, RYAN 0 0 0 0 1 0
71 SMITH, HUNTER 0 0 0 0 2 0
73 KANZIG, KEEGAN 0 0 0 +2 0 10
75 TUULOLA, EETU 0 0 0 +1 5 0
76 DYUKOV, ROMAN 0 0 0 +1 0 0
77 JANKOWSKI, MARK 0 0 0 +1 4 0
82 PARSONS, TYLER 0 0 0 0 0 0
88 MANGIAPANE, ANDREW 1 1 2 +3 3 0
95 AAGAARD, MIKKEL 0 0 0 0 2 2
96 KRAVCHENKO, DENNIS 0 0 0 +1 6 0
  GOALIES
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
50 Jamie Phillips 20:00 15 15
60 Mikhail Berdin LOSS 40:00 28 24
NAME DEC Min SHOTS SAVES
32 JON GILLIES WIN 60:00 23 22
82 TYLER PARSONS (b)

 

PENALTY TOTALS
Winnipeg Jets 35 minutes on 8 infractions Calgary Flames 55 minutes on 10 infractions

 

OTHER FACTS
Game Length: 2:28
Attendance: 2,706
Referee: Mike Campbell
Linesman 1: Michael McGowan
Linesman 2: Dustin Minty
Scorekeeper: Eric Kutschera
STAR 1: MANGIAPANE, ANDREW (CGY)
STAR 2: CARROLL, AUSTIN (CGY)
STAR 3: Harkins, Jansen (WPG)

Transaction Tracker 2016

September 15 Update

The Heat’s top contributor in the community during 2015-16, Bryce Van Brabant, is heading to Boise, Idaho as he signed with the Idaho Steelheads of the ECHL.

September 6 Update

Just days after signing five, the Heat added one more, this time, former Pacific Division foe Matt Bailey moves up from San Diego to Stockton.

September 2 Update

The Heat make a big roster announcement as they confirm five new players to the team including Mike Angelidis, Matt Frattin, Jamie Devane, Ryan Lomberg and Roman Dyukov have been inked to AHL contracts.

August 30 Update

Adirondack Thunder leading scorer Michael Kirkpatrick moves from the Stockton Heat to the Florida Everblades.

August 15 Update

The Calgary Flames have resigned RFA defenseman Tyler Wotherspoon to a one-year, two-way contract.

August 12 Update

Heat forward Drew Shore is heading to Europe as he inked a one-year deal to play in Switzerland with EHC Kloten.

August 11 Update

Heat and Adirondack Thunder forward Mitchell Heard is staying in the AHL west, but crossing from the left to right coast as he penned a deal with the Charlotte Checkers.

August 8 Update

Heat alternate captain Blair Riley will be following captain Aaron Johnson to Europe, however the forward, who surpassed his 300th game in the AHL this past season, will be heading to the EIHL to play for the Belfast Giants.

July 19 Update

A quiet couple of weeks on the free agent front became a bit louder yesterday with the announcement that former Stockton Heat and Stockton Thunder goaltender Kent Simpson has signed with the San Antonio Rampage. He now joins former Heat alternate captain Turner Elson and former Calgary Flames forward Joe Colborne in the Colorado Avalanche organization.

July 5 Update

After the first weekend of free agency, which began on July 1, a few former Heat players have found new homes along with a former Vancouver Canuck latching on to the Calgary Flames.

June 30 Update

The Flames cleared Mason Raymond through waivers and will buy out his contract.

June 27 Update

The Flames qualified four of their 14 restricted free agents including Heat players Freddie Hamilton and Tyler Wotherspoon.  Among those not qualified who are considered UFA’s include Kenny Agostino, Bill Arnold, Turner Elson, Kevin Poulin, Joni Ortio, Drew Shore and Bryce Van Brabant.

June 17 Update

Forever enshrined in bobblehead form and to be remembered like Dean Stork, the first captain in Stockton Thunder history, Heat captain Aaron Johnson will be heading over to Germany to play for the DEL’s Adler Mannheim side.

A year removed from a DEL championship, last year Mannheim lost in a playoff qualifier and were unable to defend their title.  Johnson was put up front and center in the European stage during his time with Team Canada during their Spengler Cup championship in December in Switzerland.  Johnson led Canada in ice time and assisted on the Spengler Cup winner.

Johnson will now join the Mannheim side which already boasts former Stockton Thunder forward Ryan MacMurchy and former Adirondack Flames forward David Wolf.


Confirmed Transactions

Bryce Van Brabant (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to IDAHO STEELEHEADS

Matt Bailey (F) – ANAHEIM DUCKS to STOCKTON HEAT

Matt Frattin (F) – TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS to STOCKTON HEAT

Jamie Devane (F) – NASHVILLE PREDATORS to STOCKTON HEAT

Mike Angelidis (F) – TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING to STOCKTON HEAT

Ryan Lomberg (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to STOCKTON HEAT

Roman Dyukov (D) – YUNOST MINSK to STOCKTON HEAT

Michael Kirkpatrick (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to FLORIDA EVERBLADES

Tyler Wotherspoon (D) – RESIGNS WITH THE CALGARY FLAMES

Drew Shore (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to EHC KLOTEN (Switzerland)

Mitchell Heard (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to CHARLOTTE CHECKERS

Blair Riley (F) – STOCKTON HEAT to BELFAST GIANTS (England)

Linden Vey (F) – VANCOUVER CANUCKS to CALGARY FLAMES

Mason Raymond (F) – CALGARY FLAMES to ANAHEIM DUCKS

Derek Grant (F) – CALGARY FLAMES to BUFFALO SABRES

Kenny Agostino (F) – CALGARY FLAMES to ST. LOUIS BLUES

Dustin Stevenson (D) – CALGARY FLAMES to DALLAS STARS

Turner Elson (F) – CALGARY FLAMES to COLORADO AVALANCHE

Pat Sieloff (D) – CALGARY FLAMES to OTTAWA SENATORS

David Rittich (G) – BK MLADA BOLESLAV (Czech Division 1) to CALGARY FLAMES

Aaron Johnson (D) – STOCKTON HEAT to ADLER MANNHEIM (Germany Division 1)

Colton Orr (RW) – STOCKTON HEAT to RETIRED

Daniel Pribyl (F) – HC SPARTA PRAHA (Czech Division 1) to CALGARY FLAMES 

Free Agents

Kenny Agostino – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – St. Louis Blues

Bill Arnold – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – NOT QUALIFIED, NOW UFA

Turner Elson – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – COLORADO AVALANCHE 

Derek Grant – Buffalo Sabres

Freddie Hamilton – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – QUALIFIED

Mitchell Heard – Charlotte Checkers (AHL)

Michael Kirkpatrick – Florida Everblades (ECHL)

Ryan Lomberg – Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)

Louick Marcotte – WICHITA THUNDER (ECHL)

Jakub Nakladal – Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)

Kevin Poulin – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – NOT QUALIFIED, NOW UFA

Joni Ortio – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – NOT QUALIFIED, NOW UFA

Karri Ramo – Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)

Mason Raymond – Anaheim Ducks

Blair Riley – Belfast Giants (EIHL, England)

Yann Sauve – Unrestricted Free Agent (UFA)

Drew Shore – EHC KLOTEN (NLA, Switzerland)

Kent Simpson – SAN ANTONIO RAMPAGE

Dustin Stevenson – DALLAS STARS 

Bryce Van Brabant – Restricted Free Agent (RFA) – IDAHO STEELHEADS (ECHL)

Tyler Wotherspoon – CALGARY FLAMES

Flames Announce 2016 Young Stars Roster

Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames are set to open their 2016 prospects’ training camp starting Thursday, September 15th with fitness testing at Winsport – Canadian Olympic Park.

The first on-ice session for the prospects is scheduled for Friday, September 16th in Penticton, BC at the Young Stars Classic when the Flames take on the Winnipeg Jets.  A total of 29 players will be participating in the prospects camp: 4 goalies, 9 defensemen and 16 forwards.

Prospects will be available upon request following their fitness testing and at the conclusion of each training day. There will be no access to the players during fitness testing. For specific times of player’s availability please contact the Flames Communication department.

PROSPECT TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE:

Thursday, September 15th
Who:                      All prospects
Event/Time:         Prospects Fitness Testing/Medicals – Beginning at 7:00 a.m. (media availability starts at approx. 10:00 a.m.)
Location:               Winsport – Canadian Olympic Park
Event/Time(s):    Flight to Kelowna – 8:00 p.m. (Bus to Penticton on arrival in Kelowna)

Friday, September 16th
Who:                      All prospects
Event/Time(s):    Pre-game skate 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.
Event/Time(s):    Game vs. Winnipeg – 4:00 p.m. Pacific
Location:               South Okanagan Events Centre – Penticton, BC

Saturday, September 17th
Who:                      All prospects
Event/Time(s):    Pre-game skate 10:45 – 11:45 a.m.
Event/Time(s):    Game vs. Edmonton – 7:30 p.m. Pacific
Location:               South Okanagan Events Centre – Penticton, BC

Sunday, September 18th
Who:                      All prospects
Event/Time(s):    Practice – 1:30 p.m. with off-ice training to follow
Location:               South Okanagan Events Centre – Penticton, BC

Monday, September 19th
Who:                      All prospects
Event/Time(s):    Skate for non-game players TBD
Event/Time(s):    Game vs. Vancouver – 3:00 p.m. Pacific
Location:               South Okanagan Events Centre – Penticton, BC

CALGARY FLAMES YOUNG STARS CLASSIC ROSTER

FORWARDS
JERSEY NUMBER NAME POS HEIGHT WEIGHT   S DATE OF BIRTH HOMETOWN
95 MIKKEL AAGAARD C 5′ 11″ 180 L OCT 18 1995 FREDERIKSHAVN, DENMARK
94 BRAYDEN BURKE LW 5′ 11″ 175 L JAN 1 1997 EDMONTON, AB, CAN
62 AUSTIN CARROLL RW 6′ 3″ 215 R MAR 26 1994 SCOTTSDALE, AZ, USA
78 JUSTIN DOUCET LW 6′ 5″ 235 L APR 13 1997 SALABERRY-DE-VALLEYFIELD, QC, CAN
59 DILLON DUBE LW 5′ 11″ 185 L JUL 20 1998 COCHRANE, AB, CAN
77 MARK JANKOWSKI C 6′ 4″ 205 L SEPT 13 1994 ST. CATHERINES, ON, CAN
45 MORGAN KLIMCHUK LW 6′ 0″ 190 L MAR 2 1995 CALGARY, AB, CAN
96 DENNIS KRAVCHENKO C 5′ 9″ 180 L MAR 30 1994 SAN CLEMENTE, CA, USA
56 RYAN LOMBERG C 5′ 10″ 190 L DEC 9 1994 RICHMOND HILL, ON, CAN
88 ANDREW MANGIAPANE LW 5′ 10″ 185 L APR 4 1998 BOLTON, ON, CAN
47 MATTHEW PHILLIPS RW 5′ 7″ 155 R APR 6 1998 CALGARY, AB, CAN
60 BRETT POLLOCK LW 6′ 3″ 195 L MAR 17 1996 SHERWOOD PARK, AB, CAN
87 MATHIEU SEVIGNY LW 6′ 1″ 180 L MAR 12 1998 HARTFORD, CT, USA
71 HUNTER SMITH RW 6′ 7″ 230 R SEPT 11 1995 WINDSOR, ON, CAN
19 MATTHEW TKACHUK LW 6′ 2″ 205 L DEC 11 1997 SCOTTSDALE, AZ, USA
75 EETU TUULOLA RW 6′ 2″ 230 R MAR 17 1998 HAMEENLINNA, FINLAND
DEFENSEMEN
JERSEY NUMBER NAME POS HEIGHT WEIGHT   S DATE OF BIRTH HOMETOWN
54 RASMUS ANDERSSON RD 6′ 1″ 215 R OCT 27 1996 MALMO, SWEDEN
98 RILEY BRUCE RD 6′ 7″ 210 R JUL 16 1997 CARP, ON, CAN
63 RYAN CULKIN LD 6′ 2″ 200 L DEC 15 1993 MONTREAL, QC, CAN
76 ROMAN DYUKOV LD 6′ 2″ 210 L SEPT 29 1995 MINSK, BELARUS
80 STEPAN FALKOVSKY LD 6′ 7″ 225 L DEC 18 1996 MINSK, BELARUS
92 AARON HYMAN RD 6′ 5″ 220 R APR 19 1998 CALGARY, AB, CAN
73 KEEGAN KANZIG LD 6′ 7″ 245 L FEB 26 1995 ATHABASCA, AB, CAN
58 OLIVER KYLINGTON LD 6′ 0″ 185 L MAY 19 1997 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
52 KENNEY MORRISON RD 6′ 2″ 210 R FEB 13 1992 LLOYDMINSTER, AB, CAN
GOALTENDERS
JERSEY NUMBER NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT  C DATE OF BIRTH HOMETOWN
36 JON GILLIES 6′ 6″ 220 L JAN 22 1994 CONCORD, NH, USA
72 MASON MCDONALD 6′ 6″ 200 R APR 23 1996 HALIFAX, NS, CAN
82 TYLER PARSONS 6′ 1″ 185 L SEPT 18 1997 LEDUC, AB, CAN
70 NICK SCHNEIDER 6′ 2″ 175 L JUL 31 1997 LEDUC, AB, CAN

Main camp is scheduled to begin on Thursday, September 22nd. Complete training camp information, including schedules and roster will be available at the beginning of main training camp.