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Hudler sells Frolik on Flames

Like Jiri Hudler, Michael Frolik is a proud native of the Czech Republic.

And, like Hudler, Frolik is a left-shooting right-winger.

But, unlike Hudler, you likely won’t see Frolik shoeless and entertaining a crowd on stage at the National Hockey League awards. 636 more words

Calgary Flames

Former Red Wing Jiri Hudler Accepts Award In His Socks [VIDEO]

GREG BEACHAM, AP Hockey Writer

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jiri Hudler won the Lady Byng Trophy and lost his shoes in Vegas.

The Calgary Flames forward was shoeless when he took the stage to accept the trophy honoring the NHL’s most sportsmanlike player Wednesday night at the NHL Awards show. 486 more words

Sports

Traikos: Flames' awards recognition for surprisingly good season

LAS VEGAS — Jiri Hudler is not going to lie.

When he first laid eyes on Johnny Gaudreau, he did not exactly foresee the rookie forward becoming a finalist for the Calder Trophy. 835 more words

Calgary Flames

NHL Awards: Hudler's quietly great season has him up for Lady Byng

Sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct with a high standard of play is the National Hockey League’s description of the Lady Byng Trophy.

Which, to Mark Giordano, is exactly what Jiri Hudler represented for the Calgary Flames during the 2014-15 NHL season. 743 more words

Calgary Flames

Report: Teams expressing interest in Flames' Jiri Hudler

Arguably the league’s best point-per-game value is getting a price check.

Calgary Flames forward Jiri Hudler – who finished eighth in league scoring at a $4-million rate – is generating interest in the trade market from rival general managers, reports Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman. 49 more words

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Flames’ injuries revealed following second round exit

On Tuesday the Calgary Flames did their final formal media availability prior to going their separate ways for the summer.

The Flames were bounced in five games of the second round after surprising many by even qualifying for the postseason. 313 more words

Chicago Blackhawks

Perry extinguishes Flames, Ducks head to conference finals

One could argue that Corey Perry shouldn’t have even been on the ice after suffering a lower-body injury in the second period of Game 5. That’s the funny thing about sports, though: sometimes the guy on a bum leg makes the biggest difference. 312 more words

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