Ryan Huska and his staff are producing NHL quality talent at a rapid pace with the Stockton Heat.
The Flames got a good look at the future during the Penticton Young Stars Classic, seeing some of Calgary's top prospects show their improvements over the summer to the team's brass! Check out who impressed during the tournament!
After a 21-game stint with the Calgary Flames last season, Brett Kulak is hoping his role on the Flames expands during the 2017-18 season.
The Calgary Flames inked defenseman Brett Kulak to a one-year, two-way contract. Kulak was the Heat's inaugural Defenseman of the Year in 2015-16 and split last year between Calgary and Stockton.
The Calgary Flames have qualified nine restricted free agents including six players who suited up in Stockton last season.
The Calgary Flames have assigned defenseman Brett Kulak to the Stockton Heat. Kulak has played 21 NHL games this year and has featured in 11 games for the Heat.
The Flames have swapped two defenseman, recalling Brett Kulak from Stockton to Calgary and assigning Tyler Wotherspoon to Stockton.
The Stockton Heat's 2015-16 Defensive Player of the Year Brett Kulak is looking to build on his steady year in the AHL and earn himself a full-time role with the big club in Calgary.
Listen as Brett Kulak talks about starting the year with Calgary before being sent to Stockton, being named the team's top defensive player, logging big minutes when the injury bug hit and what it will take to get him to the NHL full time.