NHL News : Breaking: Good news for the Flames!

Breaking: Good news for the Flames!

It'll certainly boost the lineup for their first game since the All-Star game!

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Calgary Flames fans received a really good news today, after the team announced they have activated forward Michael Frolik from the injured reserve! Frolik hasn't played since December 28th, as he was dealing with a fractured jaw. Before his injury, he had seven goals and 15 points in 37 games. He will be in the lineup to face the Vegas Golden Knights.

Drafted tenth overall by the Florida Panthers in 2006, Frolik played 695 games in the NHL so far with the Panthers, the Chicago Blackhawks, the Winnipeg Jets and the Flames, scoring 134 goals and 192 assists for a total of 326 points. The 29 year-old Czech also added 19 points in 42 playoff games.

Here's a look at what the Flames lineup should look like tonight to face the Golden Knights.

Forwards

Johnny Gaudreau Sean Monahan Micheal Ferland

Matthew Tkachuk - Mikael Backlund - Micheal Frolik

Sam Bennett - Mark Jankowski - Troy Brouwer

Curtis Lazar - Matt Stajan - Garnet Hathaway

Defense

Mark Giordano Dougie Hamilton

TJ Brodie Travis Hamonic

Brett Kulak Michael Stone


Mike Smith is expected to get the start, and he will face Marc-Andre Fleury.

The Flames are currently third in the Pacific division with a record of 25-16-8. The Golden Knights are first in the Pacific division with a record of 32-12-4.

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Source: Calgary Flames
Photo Credit: Keystone Press