How the Flames got a new look on the ice

A couple of months ago, the Calgary Flames announced they would be rebuilding and replacing their dressing room with new furniture.

The team was expected to get a new scoreboard, new seats, and a new practice facility in the coming months.

Instead, the team has spent the last year adding some new equipment, changing up some of their jerseys, and adding a couple of new players.

But the biggest change the team made was bringing in a new coach.

The Calgary Flames are not exactly a new team.

They’ve been in existence since the 1980s and have won a Stanley Cup in each of the last six years.

They were the first NHL team to ever go to the Western Conference Final, and they won the Stanley Cup back in 2004.

However, this is the first time the team actually hired a coach.

This offseason, they hired Rick Tocchet as the new head coach, and he’s expected to make the jump to the NHL after the season.

This year, the Flames hired former Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville as their new head hockey operations coach.

He was the first coach hired to the Blackhawks since Dave Tippett.

While the Flames aren’t exactly new to the playoffs, they were expected to have some playoff success this year, and while they weren’t expected to be an offensive juggernaut, they certainly showed some offensive promise.

The Flames won the Presidents’ Trophy with a strong second half of the season, and were one of the better teams in the league.

In order to get back to that winning pace, the Flyers have brought in several veterans who will help with some of the off-ice adjustments they’re making this off-season.

Here’s a look at a few players who will be playing for the new team this season:Defenseman Sam Gagner is one of those veterans.

The 24-year-old has played for the Flyers for the last three seasons, but he’s most known for his time with the Philadelphia Phantoms, who were the team’s farm team for most of that time.

His big contract and a little bit of his offensive talent will be a huge help to the Flyers this season.

Forward Mark Streit is another veteran who will play a big role for the team this year.

He played four seasons with the Flyers and has won three Stanley Cups with the team.

Streit, like many of the other players on the Flyers roster, has some offensive upside, and was a key player on a championship team last year.

He’s also coming off a down season, which led to him being traded to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for a 2017 first round pick.

While Streit has some upside, he’s going to be the team that wins the scoring race and will be the main reason the Flyers win the Stanley Cups.

This is going to come down to a battle for the third and final defenseman spot.

The Flyers lost a lot of quality depth in their bottom six this off season, so they’ll need to rely on a player like Jakub Voracek to make up for lost ice time.

Voraceck is coming off his worst season in his career, but if he can regain his form from last season, he could be a big factor in this season’s playoff race.

Defenseman Anthony Stolarz is a big name, but the Flyers will also be looking for an offensive presence to come in and help anchor the blue line.

Stolarwos could be the guy to come into this season, but it’s a bit of a gamble for the Flames to give him a contract extension at this point.

He’ll need a lot more ice time to get into the league, and the Flames will be relying on him to make that happen.

He has a good shot at making it to the top of the lineup, but there’s no guarantee.

The NHL has a $2.6 million cap hit for players under 25, and players under 24 don’t get any extra money.

It could be tough for Stolarlz to find that level of playing time if he doesn’t get enough ice time, but that doesn’t mean he won’t get a look.

Goalie Martin Jones is another player who will likely be getting a look this season in the Flyers’ top six.

He’s had a rough year, but after a strong start to the season in which he posted a 2.33 goals against average and a .926 save percentage, he had a great bounce back season.

This year, Jones has been solid, but is just 23 years old.

Jones has a chance to make it to a team in the top half of their league and make a name for himself.

Goalies:Matt Murray, Sam GAGNER, Mark StreIT, Anthony STORZ, Jakub VORACEK.

Defensemen: Sam GANNER, Ben KIKKES, Ben REED, Mike BILGER, Alex OTT, Chris CARROSO, Nick