San Jose Sharks’ Pacific Division rival Calgary Flames had a very busy offseason with new front office and coaching staff being hired. What’s next for the Flames? Jess Belmosto of Locked on Flames joins to give the state of the franchise and what’s next for them, and if Elias Lindholm is going to be a part of the future. We discuss if it’s a rebuild or a reload coming for Calgary and the parallels to the last few seasons of the Doug Wilson era with the San Jose Sharks. Next, we recap what happened this off-season with the roster and what moves are next for Calgary, including a potential Dan Vladar trade to get under the salary cap (10:00). Finally, we preview their 2023-24 season and what’s the best and worst-case scenarios for the Flames, their most important player, and where they finish in the Pacific Division (20:00).
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