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Will the Calgary Flames trade Matthew Tkachuk, Blues Interested

The Calgary Flames are set for a very interesting summer and free agent frenzy period. Will they be able to re-sign Johnny Gaudreau to a long-term deal? Can they re-sign Matthew Tkachuk to a new deal or will they be forced to trade him?. Hailey Salvian on The Athletic reports...
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Calgary Flames 2022 Player Report Cards: Matthew Tkachuk

After their second-round loss to the Edmonton Oilers, now is the time for the Calgary Flames to reflect on a very impressive 2021-22 regular season. Despite the disappointing end, the team ran away with the Pacific Division in a season when many didn’t view them as a playoff caliber team.
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Matthew Tkachuk took his game to new heights in 2021-22

Matthew Tkachuk put every question about his skill level to bed in 2021-22, blasting out of the gates this season on his way to achieving 100 points and 40 goals. 2020-21 was a rough season for Tkachuk, not as much ice time at points combined with a points-per-game that took a step back from the direction it had been headed the previous 4 seasons.
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Flames' Matthew Tkachuk: Open to long-term deal to stay

Tkachuk (hand) would be open to signing a long-term contract to stay in Calgary, reports NHL.com. Tkachuk is a restricted free agent after coming to the end of a three-year, $21 million deal ($7 million AAV). "Absolutely. I've loved it here," said Tkachuk. "I've grown up here." He also has the option of inking a one-year deal to get him to unrestricted status in 2023. Tkachuk is coming off a 104-point season (42 goals, 62 assists), which was second on the Flames to linemate Johnny Gaudreau, and his AAV will likely hit the $10 million mark.
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Flames' Matthew Tkachuk: Battled bruised hand

Tkachuk was nursing a hand injury during the playoffs, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Tkachuk was involved in a few fights early in the first round, which may have been when he picked up the injury. The winger still managed 10 points in 12 playoff contests, but he was silenced in the last three games of the second round. The 24-year-old is a pending restricted free agent looking to cash in big after a 42-goal, 104-point regular season. It's unlikely his hand injury will linger throughout the offseason and it won't require surgery.
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Matthew Tkachuk asking Evander Kane 'you want some money?' is a Hall-of-Fame chirp

On Thursday night, Game 1 of "The Battle of Alberta" between the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers absolutely delivered. There were 15 total goals, a hat trick, a number of donnybrooks and one Hall-of-Fame chirp from Flames winger Matthew Tkachuk, who also happened to score the hatty. Decent night for the kid.
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Flames' Matthew Tkachuk: Snags assist in loss

Tkachuk posted an assist, four hits, two shots on goal and two PIM in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Oilers in Game 2. Tkachuk helped out on a Michael Stone tally in the first period. The helper extended Tkachuk's point streak to four games (four goals, three helpers). He's been involved in both scoring and agitating, though he hasn't been overly physical in the playoffs. The 24-year-old winger is at 10 points, 26 shots, 10 hits, 20 PIM and a minus-2 rating through nine postseason contests.
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Senators Should Consider Offer Sheeting Matthew Tkachuk

It’s no secret that Ottawa Senators GM Pierre Dorion is on the hunt for a top-six forward. In his year-end comments he said as much. He added that he would be looking to captain Brady Tkachuk and his top defenceman, Thomas Chabot, for help in locating and bringing free agents to Ottawa. What if that top-six player was family? Tkachuk has been making social media waves with his vocal support for his brother, Matthew, as the Calgary Flames continue their push in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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Fans in Awe as Matthew Tkachuk, Flames Beat Connor McDavid, Oilers in Chaotic Game 1

The fifth-highest scoring playoff game in NHL history went down in the Battle of Alberta on Wednesday, as the host Calgary Flames defeated the Edmonton Oilers 9-6 to kickstart their second-round postseason series. Calgary winger Matthew Tkachuk potted a hat trick, and the Flames scored twice in the first 51...
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Flames' Matthew Tkachuk: Hat trick in chaotic win

Tkachuk scored three goals on eight shots and added four PIM in Wednesday's 9-6 win over the Oilers in Game 1. Tkachuk scored three of the Flames' last four goals. His first, a power-play tally in the second period, made it 6-2 before the Oilers scored four straight. In the third, Tkachuk capitalized on a turnover for his second tally and added an empty-netter. That'll suffice to erase his slow start the playoffs -- he's at four goals, five assists, 24 shots, 18 PIM and a minus-1 rating through eight appearances.
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The Flames need more from Matthew Tkachuk in Game 7

During the regular season, the Calgary Flames had a few really strong individual performances. While Johnny Gaudreau got strong Hart Trophy consideration and Elias Lindholm received Selke Trophy consideration, arguably Matthew Tkachuk didn’t receive the accolades he deserved for his excellence. But through six playoff games against Dallas, the...
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Flames' Matthew Tkachuk: Two points in Game 7

Tkachuk scored a goal on six shots and added an assist in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Stars in Game 7. Tkachuk tied the game at 2-2 in the second period, with that being his first goal of the series. He added a secondary helper as Johnny Gaudreau cashed in the game-winner 15:09 into overtime. Fantasy managers will hope Sunday's outing ignites a bit more offense for Tkachuk, who had six points with 16 shots on net, 14 PIM, six hits and a minus-2 rating in the seven-game series.
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