The Flames will make a couple of lineup tweaks ahead of their game against Oilers prospects this evening at the Scotiabank Saddledome.
In net, Dustin Wolf is expected to go the distance, with Artyom Zagidulin backing him up.
"Technically, he's pretty strong. He's very good positionally," was Stockton head coach Cail MacLean's assessment of the 18-year-old netminder. "His size doesn't overwhelm you but when you watch him play, there's not a lot of room for shooters.
"He understands the game, the geometry of it, and he's very good with being efficient about getting to the right spots and taking those angles away. I think you'll see an exciting game from him."
Up front, Dillon Dube will sit and David Kope will draw into the lineup. With Dube out, 2019 first-round pick Jakob Pelletier will get time on the defacto top line with Glenn Gawdin and Matthew Phillips.
"There's no question with his work ethic and there's no question with his hockey sense," MacLean said of Pelletier. "Those are exciting things. If you have smart players who work really hard, that bodes well for him going forward."
On defence, the team ran four pairings at this morning's skate and will make a final decision regarding who they will dress later on in the evening.
Jakob Pelletier - Glenn Gawdin - Matthew Phillips
Dmitry Zavgorodniy - Adam Ruzicka - Jeremy McKenna
Mason Morelli - Martin Pospisil - Eetu Tuulola
Milos Roman - Luke Philp - David Kope
Andrew Nielsen - Corey Schueneman
Robert Hamilton - Alexander Yelesin
Christopher Merisier-Ortiz - Montana Onyebuchi
Jackson van de Leest - Zach Osburn
CalgaryFlames.com, the Flames app, the Flames Twitter, YouTube and Facebook accounts will be streaming the game at 7:00 p.m. MT.