CALGARY FLAMES NEWS AND RUMORS

Flames sign Kerby Rychel to 1-year deal

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2018-08-20

The Calgary Flames have signed forward Kerby Rychel to a one-year, two-way contract worth $650,000 at the NHL level. Rychel, born in Torrance, Calif., and raised in Tecumseh, Ont., was drafted by Columbus in the first round (19th overall) in the 2013 NHL Draft. The 23-year-old had 18 goals and 24 assists last season in 71 American Hockey League games split between Toronto Marlies and the Laval Rocket. He had a goal and an assist in four games with the Canadiens. Rychel has three goals and 11 assists in 41 career NHL games with Columbus and Montreal. The Flames acquired him in a trade with Montreal for winger Hunter Shinkaruk earlier on Monday.

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Canadiens sign forward Shinkaruk to 1-year contract

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2018-08-20

The Montreal Canadiens have signed forward Hunter Shinkaruk to a one-year, two-way contract hours after acquiring him from the Calgary Flames on Monday. The 23-year-old will make $650,000 at the NHL in the upcoming 2018-19 season. Shinkaruk scored 17 goals and 32 points in 63 games while playing with the Stocktown Heat last in 2017-18.

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NHL News & Notes: Ty Smith, Shinkaruk Trade & More

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2018-08-20

In today’s News & Notes, the New Jersey Devils have signed their 2018 first-round pick Ty Smith to a three-year entry-level contract, the Montreal Canadiens and Calgary Flames made a trade and the New York Rangers have signed Dustin Tokarski to a one-year contract and the NHL Network has released their top-20 NHL winger list (which has already created a debate). Devils Sign Smith The Devils have come to terms with Smith, their first-round pick in 2018, to a three-year entry-level contract, the team announced Monday. Smith was excellent in his second season with the Spokane Chiefs in the WHL in 2017-18, setting career-highs in just about every category with an impressive 14 goals, 59 assists, 73 points and 30 penalty minutes. While plus/minus is an increasingly useless statistic, his plus-44 rating in 69 games was also a career-high.

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NHL Trade: The Flames Send Shinkaruk To Canadiens for Rychel

Source: My NHL Trade Rumors
Date: 2018-08-20

The Calgary Flames have traded forward Hunter Shinkaruk to the Montreal Canadiens for forward Kerby Rychel. The 23-year old Shinkaruk was drafted 24th overall in the first round of the 2013 NHL draft by the Vancouver Canucks. Shinkaruk is a restricted free agent. The 23-year old Rychel was drafted 19th overall in the first round

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Canadiens Trade Rychel to Flames for Shinkaruk

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2018-08-20

The Montreal Canadiens have traded left-winger Kerby Rychel to the Calgary Flames in exchange for fellow left-winger Hunter Shinkaruk, the Canadiens announced Monday. This deal is a minor one that will see Shinkaruk and Rychel sent to their third and fourth NHL teams respectively since being drafted in 2013. The Canadiens have acquired forward Hunter Shinkaruk from Calgary in return for Kerby Rychel DETAILS -> https://t.co/mSFRs48Emv. — Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) August 20, 2018 This deal will likely serve as a fresh opportunity for both Rychel and Shinkaruk who, despite being selected 19th and 24

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Calgary Flames Acquire Kerby Rychel for Hunter Shinkaruk

Source: Matchsticks and Gasoline
Date: 2018-08-20

Well, this came out of nowhere The Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens have made a late-summer blockbuster! Okay no not really, but any trade that comes in the middle of August gives us something to talk about at least. Calgary acquired RFA Kerby Rychel from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Hunter Shinkaruk who’s also an RFA. Rychel is 23 years old and like Shinkaruk was a former first round pick in the 2013

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Flames, Canadiens swap AHL wingers Shinkaruk, Rychel

Source: Sportsnet
Date: 2018-08-20

The Calgary Flames and Montreal Canadiens made a trade Monday involving a pair of wingers who were both 2013 first-round NHL draft picks and spent the 2017-18 season in the AHL. Going to Calgary is Kerby Rychel, while Montreal gets Hunter Shinkaruk. Rychel (19th overall, Columbus) recorded 18 goals and 42 points in 71 games split between the Toronto Marlies and the La

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Family evacuated after Temple home catches fire

Source: Calgary Herald
Date: 2018-08-19

Five residents of a Temple home managed to escape without injury after fire swept through the property. Fire crews were called to a house fire on Templeby Dr. N.E. just before 3 p.m. Saturday to find flames shrouding a single family home on a corner lot. Some 28 firefighters helped battle the blaze, which was quickly brought under control, preventing damage to neighboring properties, officials said. Five people living in the home were able to escape the burning building before firefighters arrived and due to heavy damage are unable to return. The cause of the fire remains unknown and fire investigators were slated to remain on scene throughout the evening.

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Family evacuated after Temple home catches fire

Source: Calgary Herald
Date: 2018-08-18

Five residents of a Temple home managed to escape without injury after fire swept through the property. Fire crews were called to a house fire on Templeby Dr. N.E. just before 3 p.m. Saturday to find flames shrouding a single family home on a corner lot. Some 28 firefighters helped battle the blaze, which was quickly brought under control, preventing damage to neighboring properties, officials said. Five people living in the home were able to escape the burning building before firefighters arrived and due to heavy damage are unable to return. The cause of the fire remains unknown and fire investigators were slated to remain on scene throughout the evening.

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Examining the Pacific Division: Part 2 - The Desert

Source: Matchsticks and Gasoline
Date: 2018-08-16

Key arrivals and departures for teams in the Pacific Division The 2018-19 NHL season is starting to creep up as teams have wrapped up most of their offseason work, with the focus now shifting to training camp in September. How have the Flames’ rivals in the Pacific Division changed since we last saw them take the ice? We’ll look at the additions and subtractions by each team as well as what their outlook looks like for 2018-19. Click Here to read Part 1 featuring the California teams. Now we have the Desert teams.

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