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Micheal Ferland | Winger

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (23) / 4/20/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 215

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Micheal Ferland will not play in Sunday's game two tilt against Anaheim.
Ferland was on the ice for the pre-game warmup, but he ultimately wasn't fit enough to suit up in this game. David Wolf will replace Ferland in the lineup. May 3 - 10:02 PM

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Micheal Ferland took part in Calgary's morning skate on Sunday.

Ferland has been dealing with an upper body injury, but it looks like he will be able to suit up for game two. He was on a line with Matt Stajan and David Jones during line rushes.
May 3 - 3:05 PM

Micheal Ferland (upper body) is questionable for Game 2 Sunday.

It was thought after Friday's contest that Ferland would be able to go Sunday but he was unable to practice on Saturday, putting his status for Game 2 in doubt. Stay tuned.
May 3 - 7:15 AM

Rugged winger Micheal Ferland was unable to practice for the Calgary Flames on Saturday.

Word is that he'll be able to play in Game 2, and there's nothing out of the ordinary about resting a banged-up skater. Still, it's a reminder to be safe regarding Ferland.
May 2 - 4:18 PM

Micheal Ferland (upper body) should be fine for Game 2 on Sunday.

Ferland's availability was in question after he missed the last two periods of Thursday's contest. There was some concern that he might have suffered a significant injury after absorbing some blows to the head during the first period.
May 1 - 6:34 PM

Micheal Ferland missed the final two periods of Calgary's 6-1 loss to Anaheim.

Ferland received a couple blows to the head during the first period, so it's possible that's related to his absence. All we know for certain is that he's day-to-day and given that this is the playoffs, that might be all the information the Flames end up sharing.
Source: Calgary Sun
May 1 - 10:52 AM

Michael Ferland has been playing pesky hockey against the Canucks thus far.

Ferland is really getting under the skin of the Canucks and hopes to continue his fine play the rest of the series. "Hopefully, I’m under their skin," Ferland said Saturday. "The biggest thing for me is I want them to know when I’m out there. I’m going to finish all my checks. I feel I bring something to each game. I just want to keep that going." Ferland had two goals and five points in 26 games this season so do not expect a lot of scoring from the forward.
Source: Calgary Sun
Apr 19 - 7:04 AM

Michael Ferland scored the Flames only goal on Saturday.

It was a special goal for the Manitoba-native as he was playing the Jets in his home province in front of friends and family. "I just wanted to put on a show for them. I was able to spot them in warm-up. It’s always nice to see my family.’’ Ferland ended the season with two goals and five points in 26 games.
Apr 12 - 6:33 AM

Michael Ferland has replaced the injured Lance Bouma on the Flames third line.

Ferland was outstanding on Thursday according to coach Bob Hartley as he lined up alongside Matt Stajan and David Jones as the trio shut down the Kings top line of Anze Kopitar, Marian Gaborik and Justin Williams. "Gosh, he was crushing people. He was driving the net. Defensively, he was very strong," Hartley said of Ferland. "He played most of the game against Drew Doughty. We were able to contain Drew Doughty, and Ferly was on his side basically all night. He did an unbelievable job." Don't look for a lot of points from Ferland but he can chip in on occasion.
Source: Calgary Sun
Apr 11 - 5:27 AM

Michael Ferland and Tyler Wotherspoon will be scratched against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night.

Through his first 22 games at the NHL level this season, Ferland has produced three points, 16 PIMs, and 52 hits. He has seven goals, 15 points, and 30 PIMs over 35 games with AHL Adirondack as well. Wotherspoon has yet to dress for the Flames this season, but he does have 24 points and 20 PIMs over 61 games from the blue line down on the farm.
Apr 4 - 7:37 PM

Michael Ferland, Josh Jooris and Corey Potter will be healthy scratches for Thursday's game against St. Louis.

Ferland, 22, has just one goal and three points in 22 games this season. Neither of these three players have any fantasy value. Paul Byron will miss the game because of an injury.
Apr 2 - 7:57 PM

Michael Ferland celebrated one year of sobriety on Friday.

Ferland has been a healthy scratch for three straight games but nothing was going to ruin his special day. "I watch those guys like a mother hawk, and I was noticing problems with Ferly," coach Bob Hartley said. "He opened up, and we got him some help. For me, coaching is to win hockey games but ... lives are way more important than careers. I don’t believe that you can have a career if you don’t have a normal life. That’s what I explained to him. He broke down in my office, and I went to see Brian (Burke) and we got it going. I’m tremendously proud of Ferly. He’s a changed man. Obviously, that’s going to be a daily battle, probably for the rest of his life, but he’s doing it with great pride and, obviously, we’re all very supportive of him. I think it’s a great victory for Michael." Congratulations to Ferland who has two points in 20 NHL games in his career, on the milestone.
Source: Calgary Sun
Mar 28 - 7:36 AM

Michael Ferland, Drew Shore, and Corey Potter will each be scratched against the Minnesota Wild on Friday night.

This will be Ferland's third straight game in the stands. The 22 year old rookie Ferland has just two points in 20 games at the NHL level, and he has seven goals and 15 points over 32 games in AHL Adirondack this season. Shore meanwhile has just two points in seven games with the Flames in addition to his 12 goals and 37 points with AHL San Antonio and now Adirondack. Unfortunately, none of these three players have any fantasy value.
Source: Dan Myers
Mar 27 - 6:43 PM

Calgary forward Michael Ferland and defenseman Corey Potter will remain in the press box Wednesday night versus the Dallas Stars.

Head Coach Bob Hartley will use the same lineup from Monday’s 3-2 win over Colorado, which means Ferland and Potter will sit out. Ferland will sit for a second consecutive game and has recorded zero goals and two assists with 14 penalty minutes in 20 games this season. Potter has only appeared in two games all year for the Flames and has yet to record a point. Neither player are relevant in terms of fantasy hockey.
Mar 25 - 5:43 PM

Michael Ferland will be in the press box Monday night when the Flames host the Avalanche.

Ferland will be replaced by Josh Jooris who is returning from an undisclosed injury after missing the team’s last two games. Ferland has played in 20 games with the Flames this season picking up just two assists. He is only 22 years old and has a promising future, but is an irrelevant fantasy player for the remainder of the 2014-2015 season.
Mar 23 - 5:27 PM

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2Mikael Backlund
3Matt Stajan
4Markus Granlund
5Drew Shore
6Sam Bennett
7Paul Byron
LW1Johnny Gaudreau
2Mason Raymond
3Lance Bouma
4Brandon Bollig
5David Wolf
RW1Jiri Hudler
2Josh Jooris
3David Jones
4Joe Colborne
5Micheal Ferland
D1Mark Giordano
2T.J. Brodie
3Dennis Wideman
4Kris Russell
5Ladislav Smid
6Deryk Engelland
7Raphael Diaz
8Corey Potter
9David Schlemko
10Tyler Wotherspoon
G1Jonas Hiller
2Karri Ramo
3Joni Ortio
4Jon Gillies