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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES at BLUES

Calgary's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game vs. the Blues

by TY PILSON @typilson / calgaryflames.com

Matthew Tkachuk returns to the fold as the Flames take on the St. Louis Blues at 5 p.m. (City, SN960).

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES at PREDATORS

Calgary's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game vs. the Predators

by Calgaryflames.com staff @NHLFlames / calgaryflames.com

Micheal Ferland returns to the lineup tonight when the Flames take on the Nashville Predators at 6 p.m. (SN Flames, SN960).

He will skate alongside Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan on the top line. Alex Chiasson will replace Curtis Lazar on the fourth line.

Chad Johnson is expected to start in net.

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES at CAPITALS

Calgary's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game vs. the Capitals

by TY PILSON @typilson / calgaryflames.com

The Flames have made some lineup changes in advance of tonight's tilt against the Washington Capitals at 5 p.m. (SNW, SN960).

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. KINGS

Calgary's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game vs. the Kings

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

The Flames could be forced to make a lineup change tonight when they host the LA Kings at 7:30 p.m. (SN1, SNW, SN960).

Micheal Ferland (illness) will be a game-time decision. If he is unable to play, Curtis Lazar will make his Flames debut.

"Micheal Ferland wasn't feeling good this morning," Glen Gulutzan explained. "We'll make a game-time (decision) on Ferly tonight but he didn't skate this morning ... if he doesn't (play), Curtis will come in."

Here are tonight's projected lines, defence pairings and starting goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. STARS

Calgary's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game vs. Dallas

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

Thanks to Brian Elliott and Michael Stone being cleared to play, the Flames will make a couple of lineup changes tonight when they host the Dallas Stars at 7:00 p.m. (SNW, SN960).

Elliott, who missed Wednesday's game with the flu, will get the start. Stone, who has missed three games with an upper body injury, took part in a full practice on Thursday and has been given the green light to dress for this evening's contest.

Here are the Flames' projected lines, defence pairings and starting goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. BRUINS

The Flames projected lineup for tonight's game vs. Boston

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

The Flames will be making at least one lineup change tonight, starting Chad Johnson in net when they face the Boston Bruins at 7:00 p.m. (SN, SN960).

Brian Elliott, who is 13-1-1 in his last 15 starts, did not skate this morning due to illness and while he may be able to back up Johnson, he will not get the start.

The Flames also could be making a change up front as Matthew Tkachuk was absent from practice and is dealing with a maintenance issue. He will be a game-time decision. If he is unable to play, either Curtis Lazar or Freddie Hamilton will slot ito the lineup.

Here are tonight's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. PENGUINS

The Flames' projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender for tonight's game

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

The Flames aren't expected to make any lineup changes this evening when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins at 7:00 p.m. (SNW, SN960).

On the blueline, Rasmus Andersson will sit as a healthy scratch. He was recalled on an emergency basis on Friday. Michael Stone (upper body) will miss this evening's game as well. Up front, Freddie Hamilton and Curtis Lazar are expected to be healthy scratches.

Here are tonight's projected lines, defence pairings and starting goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES @ JETS

Calgary and Winnipeg's projected lineups for tonight's game at the MTS Centre

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

The Flames will be making at least one lineup change tonight when they take on the Winnipeg Jets at the MTS Centre at 5:00 p.m. (SN, SN960).

Defenceman Dennis Wideman will draw back in with Michael Stone out with an upper body injury. Dougie Hamilton, who left Thursday's game with a lower body injury, did skate today but will be a game-time decision. If he is unable to play, Rasmus Andersson will make his NHL debut.

Here are tonight's projected lines, defence pairings and starting goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. CANADIENS

The Flames' projected lineup for tonight's game vs. the Habs

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

While Glen Gulutzan is pleased with how quickly Curtis Lazar has acclimatized to his new team, the forward won't be making his Flames debut.

Calgary is in the midst of a seven-game winning streak and when they face off against the Montreal Canadiens this evening, Gulutzan will be keeping his lineup intact.

"I chatted with him yesterday after practice and went through a little bit of a plan, what we see. Obviously he knows we've won a few in a row and he's waiting his time to get in ... he is up to speed with everything we've done," Gulutzan said.

"We want to get him set so that when we put him in, he has a real good chance to have success and good games. We feel he's real close to that now, with practicing and being around the guys. We've had him take warm-up, be in our locker room, go through our meetings.

"We're on a good streak right now ... like Freddie Hamilton, he's just got wait and see when he can get in."

Here are tonight's projected lines, defence pairings and starting goaltender:

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PROJECTED LINEUP - FLAMES VS. ISLANDERS

The Flames' projected lineup vs. the Islanders

by TORIE PETERSON @ToriePeterson / CalgaryFlames.com

The Flames are expected to ice the same lineup they have in recent games when they take on the New York Islanders at 2:00 p.m. MT (SNW, SNF, SN960).

Today's lines and pairings are speculative as the team didn't skate on Sunday morning. They are based on Friday's game and Saturday's practice.

Here are this afternoon's projected lines, defence pairings and goaltender: 

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