The Calgary Flames’ goaltender situation is not a complete mess.
They have a solid group of young goaltenders that they have been able to groom to help in the coming years, as well as a solid goaltender who has already started a season in the NHL.
But the problem is, that goaltender’s job security and the lack of a clear path to playing time has been a constant issue for the Flames.
I think that the main issue is a lack of clarity on where the goalie is, and if that will lead to a change in team management.
The Flames are expected to be one of the teams that makes the playoffs this season, but the question is if they will have the resources to make the playoffs if they do not have a goalie.
The NHL is going to have to do a better job of communicating that goal, as that’s where a lot of the tension lies.
It’s not an easy question to answer, but I think that a team like the Calgary Bears will have to consider their goaltending situation.
In their last few games, the Bears have allowed 11 goals in five games, with two of those goals coming in the first period of the game against the Colorado Avalanche.
The Bears are currently in the middle of their season and should be a contender in the Pacific Division.
But with the loss of two of their top goalies, they are not expected to win much of anything, and they could end up losing in the conference final.
For the Flames, it’s a bit of a different story.
The team has only won one of their last four games, but they have had the opportunity to make it four consecutive playoff appearances.
With that experience and the young goaltending that the Flames have, they have a good chance of making the playoffs, and could potentially be the team to make a run at the Stanley Cup.
If the Flames do end up making the conference finals, they would be in a good position to make some noise, as they would have two legitimate contenders in the East, along with a playoff team in the West.
If not, the Flames will have another team that they need to keep tabs on, and that could lead to some speculation about what could happen to their goaltenders next season.