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Brandon Bollig | Winger

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/31/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 223
College: St. Lawrence University
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Brandon Bollig has undergone nose surgery.
Bollig had his nose straightened out. The tough winger will likely get into a few more fights in his NHL career so we have to wonder if it would have made more sense to have waited until his career was over. Jun 20 - 6:37 AM
Source: Calgary Sun

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Although the Flames managed to pull off a come-from-behind overtime win in Game 3, Brandon Bollig sees Game 4 as another must-win.

That's perfectly reasonable given that Anaheim won the first two games of the series. A 3-1 deficit might be more practical to come back from than 3-0, but it's still far from ideal. So if Calgary can't win Game 4 at home then it will be in a very tricky spot going forward. "In my opinion, last game was as close to a must-win or do-or-die game for us as it gets. We found a way to win, and I think Game 4 is going to be the exact same way," Bollig said. "We can't afford to lose on home ice. We have to even the series. We know that." Bollig has two goals in nine playoff games, including a marker in Game 3 on Tuesday.
Source: Calgary Sun
May 8 - 10:00 AM

Brandon Bollig scored the opening goal in Calgary's 4-3 overtime win over Anaheim in Game 3.

His second goal of the playoffs, and his first since Game 3 versus Vancouver, got the Flames on the board just 2:07 into the contest. Calgary rallied from 2-1 and 3-2 deficits to get their first win against the Ducks in their second-round series.
Source: Calgary Sun
May 6 - 9:27 AM

Brandon Bollig provided a laugh for his teammates on Friday to ease the tension.

The young Flames are into the second round of the playoffs and coach Bob Hartley thought the players needed a good laugh so he showed Bollig's movie debut to the team. "I came to the rink (Friday), and Bob asked if I would mind that he put it at the end of the video, and I said, ‘Absolutely not,’ " Bollig said after Saturday’s practice session in Anaheim. "I knew exactly how it would go. I knew guys would get a kick out of it. I knew it would lighten the mood. They've been calling me my character’s name since that, so I think they enjoyed it. They got a pretty good kick out of it. They didn’t stop talking about it all day, so I think it served its purpose." Bollig was only 12 at the time the movie was shot so it appears that an acting career after his NHL career is over may not be in the cards.
Source: Calgary Sun
May 3 - 7:36 AM

Brandon Bollig thinks the Flames that are going through their first year of playoff hockey have a good feel for it at this point.

"They get it," said Bollig. "They understand. They've seen the crowds. They've seen the physicality. They've seen how intense everything is, how every mistake is magnified. These guys, I know it’s their first crack at it, but getting that experience is huge. Once you've been there, you've been there. These guys have stepped up big and I can only imagine that they're going to continue to do so." The Flames are a young team without a ton of postseason experience, but Bollig is one of the exceptions. He previously played in Chicago and won the Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks.
Apr 30 - 9:39 AM

The Calgary Flames are happy to play the underdogs.

Brandon Bollig has experience in both roles, having played for the dangerous Chicago Blackhawks before being shipped to Calgary over the summer. "The fact we made the playoffs and the fact we won in the first round, we've proven a lot of people wrong. It's rewarding. It's satisfying. It's a heck of a feeling," said Bollig. "Being on a team like Chicago, when you're among the powerhouses of the league, it's expected. Here, it takes the pressure out of it. But we're confident. We know what we have in this room and know what we're capable of. We know we're capable of playing with anyone in the league, so it's an exciting feeling." The Flames have certainly defied the odds, but they're set to face yet another big challenge in Anaheim in the second round.
Source: Calgary Sun
Apr 29 - 5:23 AM

Brandon Bollig leads the Calgary Flames in penalty minutes with 88.

The former Blackhawk has given the Flames some much needed toughness in the lineup. He had a big penalty minute night on Thursday as he had 20 minutes including a major for boarding, a major for fighting and a game misconduct. He has a goal and five points with a minus-eight rating in 60 games so you know where his fantasy value is in traditional pools.
Apr 4 - 5:04 AM

Brandon Bollig and Drew Shore were scratched from Sunday's tilt with the Nashville Predators.

Only Bollig has produced enough fantasy value to note, accumulating 68 PIMs and 133 hits over 59 games this season.
Mar 29 - 5:58 PM

Brandon Bollig was made a late scratch on Friday night against the Minnesota Wild.

Paul Byron was activated from the injury reserve and returned to the lineup, prompting Bollig's seat in the stands. Bollig has posted five points, 68 PIMs, and 122 hits through 59 games this season.
Mar 27 - 8:03 PM

Brandon Bollig, Matt Stajan, and David Schlemko will be scratched on Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Flyers.

Of the three, only Bollig has a modicum of fantasy value. He's collected three points, 52 PIMs, and 110 hits through 48 games this season. Over his last 10 games, Bollig has amassed a single point, 10 PIMs, and 25 hits.
Source: NHL.com
Mar 3 - 6:13 PM

Brandon Bollig and Tyler Wotherspoon will be scratched against the New York Islanders on Friday night.

Tonight will be Bollig's third consecutive scratching, having last played on Feb. 20th. On the season, Bollig has just three points, 52 PIMs, and 110 hits through 48 games. Wotherspoon was called up as an extra body, but has 14 NHL games with four points to his credit from last season.
Feb 27 - 6:54 PM

Brandon Bollig and Corey Potter will both be healthy scratches Wednesday versus the Devils.

Bollig, 28, has played in 48 games with the Flames this season but Wednesday will mark the second straight game he will be scratched. He has a goal and two assists with a minus eight rating and 52 penalty minutes this season. Potter has yet to crack the Flames lineup this season and hasn’t played in an NHL game in nearly a year now. Neither player carry any fantasy value.
Feb 25 - 5:11 PM

Brandon Bollig is in the lineup Wednesday night when the Flames host the Wild.

Bollig has been held out of the Flames lineup the last two games but will get his chance to make a statement for the coaching staff Wednesday versus the Wild since Paul Byron is unable to play. Bollig has scored a goal and two assists in 46 games this year and has accrued 52 penalty minutes with a minus nine rating.
Feb 18 - 9:30 PM

Brandon Bollig is expected to be scratched on Saturday against Vancouver.

Through 46 games, Bollig has compiled 52 PIMs and 104 hits to go along with three points for Calgary this season. If you're in a pool that rewards tough guys, considering picking him up should he re-enter the lineup consistently.
Feb 14 - 12:53 PM

Brandon Bollig fought LA's Kyle Clifford shortly after the Flames took a 2-1 lead in the second period during Thursday night's 5-3 loss.

Not one minute after the Flames took the 2-1 lead early in the second, and with visually flustered Jonathan Quick on the other end, Bollig decided it was a good idea to fight. And perhaps only he knows why. Either way, he contributed a shot, a block, and two hits during his 6:29 of ice time. He continues to lead the team in PIMs with 52 through 46 games and an average ice time of 8:42. Bollig was back in the lineup after missing Monday's game with an illness.
Feb 13 - 3:00 AM

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PosRoleName
C1Sean Monahan
2Mikael Backlund
3Matt Stajan
4Markus Granlund
5Sam Bennett
LW1Johnny Gaudreau
2Mason Raymond
3Lance Bouma
4Brandon Bollig
RW1Jiri Hudler
2Michael Frolik
3Josh Jooris
4David Jones
5Joe Colborne
6Micheal Ferland
D1Mark Giordano
2T.J. Brodie
3Dennis Wideman
4Dougie Hamilton
5Kris Russell
6Ladislav Smid
7Deryk Engelland
G1Jonas Hiller
2Karri Ramo