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Travis Hamonic | Defenseman | #24

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (27) / 8/16/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 205
Drafted: 2008 / Rd. 2 (53) / NYI
Contract: view contract details

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Travis Hamonic (lower body) will be back in the lineup on Monday night versus St. Louis.
The Flames have removed Hamonic from injured reserve. Rasmus Andersson isn't listed on the team's official roster, which suggests he has been returned to the minors to make room for Hamonic, who has missed the last three games. Nov 13 - 1:42 PM

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There is a good chance that Travis Hamonic could practice Sunday and possibly play Monday against St. Louis.

He seems to be progressing quickly in his recovery from a lower-body injury. Check back with us over the next 36 hours for an update.
Nov 11 - 11:30 AM

Travis Hamonic is projected to miss "about a week" due to a lower-body injury, according to coach Glen Gulutzan.

Hamonic was placed on injured reserve Sunday retroactive to Nov. 2. He has two points along with 20 hits and 22 blocks in 13 games this campaign.
Nov 5 - 1:27 PM

Travis Hamonic (undisclosed) has been placed on injured reserve.

Hamonic is retroactive to Nov. 2 when he last played against Pittsburgh. He was expected to miss Sunday's game against New Jersey, but now he will sit out a couple more contests due to an undisclosed ailment.
Nov 5 - 12:41 PM

Travis Hamonic is unlikely to play Sunday because of an undisclosed injury.

Hamonic was injured Saturday during practice and while he will be re-evaluated on Sunday, it is looking doubtful. Matt Bartkowski is expected to draw into the lineup. The injury to Hamonic is unlikely to cost you anything in traditional pools as he has only two assists in 13 games and shouldn't be in your lineup.
Source: Calgary Sun
Nov 5 - 7:03 AM

Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan has announced that Travis Hamonic has a minor injury and that he will be re-evaluated tomorrow.

Hamonic left Saturday morning's scrimmage in some apparent discomfort. We'll have a better idea of how long he'll miss tomorrow. HIs two points in 13 games have him firmly off the fantasy radar.
Nov 4 - 2:29 PM

Travis Hamonic left Saturday morning's scrimmage in some apparent discomfort.

It is too soon to know if Hamonic is injured, and if so, to what degree. Stay tuned for further updates.
Nov 4 - 2:16 PM

Travis Hamonic recorded an assist in a 5-2 loss to St. Louis on Wednesday.

Hamonic has a goal and an assist in 10 games with Calgary this season. This is his first campaign with the Flames after they acquired him from the Islanders over the summer. While he's not a major offensive contributor, he has been an important part of the Flames' defense thus far as illustrated by him averaging 20:23 minutes per contest.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 26 - 9:15 AM

Travis Hamonic is projected to be paired with T.J. Brodie in 2017-18.

Hamonic was acquired from the Islanders at the NHL Draft and he will add some sandpaper to Calgary's top-four group. "I think that's just the way I grew up playing the game – you've got to do what you've got to do," he said. "If you ask players, they'll say I'm someone to who wears his heart on his sleeve and invests a lot in the game."
Jun 27 - 1:42 PM

It's safe to say Travis Hamonic is excited about joining the Calgary Flames.

The Flames packaged three future draft picks to get Hamonic from the Islanders on Saturday morning. "I'm really excited," Hamonic said. "I have a pretty awesome opportunity in front of me. When my wife and I woke up and saw the news … we were kind of in limbo wondering if it happened or not, and then we found out and we're all pretty excited about going to Calgary, to say the least. That's an understatement. We're pretty jacked up." Hamonic joins Mark Giordano, T.J. Brodie and Dougie Hamilton on Calgary's strong defense.
Jun 24 - 8:06 PM

The Calgary Flames have acquired Travis Hamonic and a conditional fourth-round pick from the New York Islanders.

The Islanders have received a first-round pick in 2018, a second-round pick in 2018 and another conditional second-round pick in 2019 or 2020. It's an interesting fit for Hamonic, as the Flames already have a loaded blue line with guys like Mark Giordano, Dougie Hamilton and T.J. Brodie. Hamonic, 26, had three goals and 11 assists in 49 games in 2016-17. Hamonic has three years remaining on his contract at a reasonable cap hit of $3.857 million. The Flames have put together one of the best blue lines in the league.
Jun 24 - 11:08 AM

Travis Hamonic is attracting plenty of interest in the trade market, but teams have been unwilling to meet GM Garth Snow's asking price.

Reports and league sources confirmed that Snow was seeking two first-round picks in exchange for Hamonic. The price will probably change on the second day of the NHL Entry Draft and it still seems likely that Hamonic will get moved.
Jun 24 - 9:16 AM

Travis Hamonic took home the NHL Foundation Player Award on Tuesday night.

The award is given to "an NHL player who applies the core values of hockey – commitment, perseverance and teamwork – to enrich the lives of people in his community." Because Hamonic won, the NHL Foundation will donate $25,000 to the Islanders Children's Foundation. His "D-Partner" program has allowed him to bond with over 200 children who have lost suffered the loss of a parent at a young age.
Jun 20 - 8:19 PM

Travis Hamonic might be traded this off-season to get the Islanders some offensive help up front.

His name has been linked to possible trades with Colorado for Matt Duchene, Edmonton for Jordan Eberle and Montreal for Alex Galchenyuk. Those teams are looking for a defenseman and New York wants to upgrade their forward group with a talented top-six addition.
Jun 20 - 9:06 AM

With the New York Islanders at risk of losing a quality defenseman in the expansion draft, Travis Hamonic's name has resurfaced in trade rumors.

Hamonic asked for a trade early in the season for personal reasons, only to withdrew his request later on. TSN's Darren Dreger reports the Edmonton Oilers are interested in acquiring the veteran blue liner in a deal that could see Jordan Eberle go the other way. The Oilers are looking to shed Eberle's $6 million salary in order to make room for big extensions for Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. With the expansion draft less than a month away, we might start to see some deals break sooner rather than later.
Jun 10 - 12:22 PM

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D1Dougie Hamilton
2Mark Giordano
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4Travis Hamonic
5Michael Stone
6Matt Bartkowski
7Brett Kulak
G1Mike Smith
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