He knows Ryan Huska should give him more freedom on the ice → https://t.co/NiuLOy0XA9
– DansLesCoulisses (@DLCoulisses) July 5, 2023
– theScore (@theScore) August 9, 2023
“For whatever reason, we were a little restricted last year, so I’m just looking forward to starting over and starting the season strong.” – Nazem Kadri
Calgary is a big market and it’s a city with a lot of media pressure, a bit like Montreal.
With all the media coverage in Calgary over the past few months, it’s clear that there was mutual agreement on Darryl Sutter’s opinion.
After all, being Huberdeau, I would have said the same thing. To go from a 115-point season to a 55-point one, there’s something wrong, and I think it was behind the bench.
The Flames player was keen to point out that he didn’t lose his talent in just one season → https://t.co/i11bv2WNFP
– DansLesCoulisses (@DLCoulisses) July 10, 2023
With all these promises to perform better next year, the Calgary Flames will have to live up to the expectations they’ve set for themselves.
Especially coming from Kadri and Huberdeau, the two offensive pillars along with Elias Lindholm, they’ll have to perform right from the start.
They won’t have much room for error with a new coach, and if the start of the season isn’t fruitful, we can expect DG Craig Conroy to make a lot of moves.
Sutter’s mentality seemed a little too backward for today’s field hockey.
Personally, I’m not really a fan of Sutter and I’m happy for Huberdeau and Kadri, who should have more productive seasons under Huska.
He wasn’t the best with the youngsters. Jakob Pelletier can attest to this, as Sutter forgot his name at the press conference following the young Quebecer’s first game.
He had just finished his first career NHL game → https://t.co/yjttOQKqHQ
– DansLesCoulisses (@DLCoulisses) January 22, 2023
In short, this coaching change should do the Flames’ locker room some good.
Let’s hope they can perform up to expectations.
– Good news for BPM Sports listeners.
I’m taking a few seconds to announce that I’ll be returning to @BPMSportsRadio in the fall. Of course, @RocketLaval will be the priority, along with a few other mandates throughout the year. I love my job, there’s no way I’m quitting! pic.twitter.com/EDBJRCmxUf
– Anthony Marcotte (@anthonymarcotte) August 12, 2023
– Incredible young Spaniard.
MAGNIFICENT! Alcaraz pulls off the coup of the tournament! 😱 pic.twitter.com/VWK3DpzEIR
– TVA Sports (@TVASports) August 12, 2023
– At the same age, Matthews and Ovechkin have almost the same number of goals.
Auston Matthews goals 25 years and 328 days into his career (as of today): 299
Alex Ovechkin goals 25 years and 328 days into his career (as of today): 301
Neck and Neck. pic.twitter.com/HgXNdjArk1
– Big Head Hockey (@BigHeadHcky) August 12, 2023
– A question to ask yourself.