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|08/27/2015||Sean Monahan, C CGY|
Anders Lee, C NYI
Sergei Bobrovsky, G CLB
|Gustav Nyquist, C DET|
Tuukka Rask, G BOS
Dennis Wideman, D CGY
Shea Weber, D NSH
|08/24/2015||Corey Perry, RW ANA||Ben Bishop, G TB|
Sean Monahan, C CGY
|Last 10 Games|
Flames' Monahan Had Sore Leg
|(5/12/15) Sean Monahan played through a sore leg during the postseason, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.|
Flames' Monahan Scores Third Goal Of Playoffs
|(5/9/15) Sean Monahan scored his third goal of the playoffs and fired a team-high five shots on goal in Friday's Game 4 loss to the Ducks.|
Flames' Monahan Notches Three Points In Game 6 Win
|(4/26/15) Sean Monahan scored his second goal of the playoffs and added two assists in Saturday's series-clinching Game 6 win over the Canucks.|
Flames' Monahan Scores First Playoff Goal
|(4/20/15) Sean Monahan tallied his first NHL playoff goal in Sunday's 4-2 Game 3 victory over Vancouver.|
Flames' Monahan Slated To Play in Game 1
|(4/16/15) Sean Monahan, who did not practice Monday and left the ice after 10 minutes on Tuesday, is slated to play Wednesday against the Canucks.|
Flames' Monahan To Sit For Finale
The Flames are expected to rest Monahan for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Jets, Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet reports.
Flames' Monahan Adds Assist Thursday
Monahan notched an assist in Thursday's 3-1 win over Los Angeles to help Calgary clinch a playoff berth.The line of Monahan, Jiri Hudler and Johnny Gaudreau has been scoring like crazy as of late, as the Flames first line is clicking as well as anyone right now. Monahan is certainly peaking at the right time, as he has been held off the scoresheet only three times since the beginning of March.
Flames' Monahan Gets Game-Winner
Monahan put the Flames ahead for good with a goal in the third period of Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Coyotes.The game-winner was Monahan's eighth of the season, as he has come up big for the Flames time and time again this year. He has at least a point in nine of his last 10 games and is helping to propel the Flames toward the playoffs with 31 goals and 30 assists in 80 games.
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Sean Monahan is the Flames' hope for the future
The Calgary Flames are one of the NHL's biggest surprises this season. If their success is going to go beyond this season forward Sean Monahan is going to be a big part of that.
|Sean Monahan is one of the NHL’s rising young stars. Much like Jonathan Toews at a similar age, the 20-year-old is wise beyond his years. His vision is already elite and his unconventional shooting style -- he opens up square to the net and fires lasers, rather than transferring his weight from foot to foot -- makes his shot quick and his release hard to read. Monahan is also not one to sift around on the perimeter -- he's more than willing to go into the dirty areas to make plays. In fact, that’s where he pots most of his goals. His chemistry with Johnny Gaudreau and Jiri Hudler is like putting a flame to hydrogen, and that trio will be back together again for 2015-16. Just don’t expect a production leap like we saw between years one and two -- this season will be about consolidation and refinement. (Updated 8/19/15) |