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Morgan Klimchuk | Winger

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (19) / 3/2/1995
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 180
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The Calgary Flames have sent former first round pick Morgan Klimchuk back to Regina of the WHL.
For the second season in a row, Klimchuk did not have a real chance to show what he is capable of in training camp due to injuries. Klimchuk suffered a wrist injury in this camp after having abdominal issues last season. He should get a great shot to make the Team Canada U20 team this season. Oct 4 - 6:11 AM

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Calgary prospect Morgan Klimchuk has demonstrated real chemistry with his linemates at Canada's world junior camp this summer.

It just so happens that Klimchuk's line mates are blue chip prospects Connor McDavid and Sam Reinhart, two of the best under-20 commodities in the world. Because he's not regarded in the same esteem as the aforementioned prospects, the Calgary property is taking his opportunity very seriously ."I take camps like this very seriously. No matter where I am, I am going to play as hard as I can and whoever I’m playing for, just trying to contribute wherever I can." The goings-on of the last month should be a welcome sight to Calgary fans everywhere.
Aug 9 - 9:46 AM

Morgan Klimchuk stood out in the Flames' development camp scrimmage on Wednesday.

Klimchuk has a busy summer ahead of him as he's been invited to Canada's world junior camp too. "It's been one of my goals since I was a little kid to play for that national junior team. That's probably one of the hardest Team Canada teams to make," Klimchuk said. "To get an opportunity just to go to camp will be beneficial to me when I come to the Flames camp and my own junior camp." He had 30 goals and 74 points in 57 WHL games in 2013-14.
Source: Calgary Sun
Jul 10 - 9:31 AM

Morgan Klimchuk is hoping to make a good impression on Calgary's brass at the team's development camp this weekend.

"I'm really excited for it," he said. "Whenever you get a chance to make an impression on anyone in the organization — especially all the new faces — it's an opportunity. Going into camp, that's what I'm looking to do — make an impression. You can't make the team out of development camp, but you can definitely show what you can do." He racked up 30 goals and 74 points in 57 games with the WHL's Regina Pats this past season. Calgary's first-round pick (28th overall) in 2013 also skated in four games with AHL Abbotsford, but he didn't get a point.
Jul 3 - 12:19 PM

Morgan Klimchuk season with the WHL Regina Pats is over.

Klimchuk scored 30 goals and 74 points in 57 WHL games this season. He added another three goals and five points in four playoff contests. With Regina eliminated, the Calgary Flames prospect has been sent to AHL Abbotsford.
Apr 1 - 9:24 AM

Morgan Klimchuk inked a three-year, entry-level contract with the Calgary Flames.

Calgary took Klimchuk with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. "I'm very excited," Klimchuk said. "For the Flames to put this faith in me, and actually put the pen to paper and get this over with, I'm truly honored and thankful for the opportunity." He has 12 goals and 29 points in 26 WHL games this season.
Source: Calgary Sun
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 09:35:00 AM

The Calgary Flames have sent first round pick Morgan Klimchuk back to Regina of the WHL.

Klimchuk was selected 28th overall and was the Flames third pick of the first round. He had 76 points in 72 games with a weak Regina team in 2012-13. Klimchuk has quick hands and feet, and uses his exceptional speed to pressure opponents off the puck. He's very good on the powerplay and can even be used on the point, as he has a knack of getting hard shots through to the net. He’s a bit undersized, but competes hard in the corners. He projects to be a second line player in his NHL career.
Thu, Sep 19, 2013 09:05:00 AM

Morgan Klimchuk has gotten stronger over the summer.

Klimchuk was taken by the Calgary Flames took with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. "I was pretty motivated, pretty focused, this summer coming into my first pro camp," said Klimchuk. "I want to prove that I can play against these players at this level — at their size, at their speed. Just show that I worked hard this summer and came to camp ready to play and to start this season off on a good note." The Flames' rookies are getting ready to play against the Oilers' prospects on Thursday.
Wed, Sep 4, 2013 09:05:00 AM

Morgan Klimchuk has been taken by the Calgary Flames with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

Klimchuk flew under the radar on a pretty weak Regina team this season. However, he had an impressive year just the same, registering 76 points in 72 games, while showing the ability to play at both ends of the ice. Klimchuk has quick hands and feet, and uses his exceptional speed to pressure opponents off the puck. He’s very good on the powerplay and can even be used on the point, as he has a knack of getting hard shots through to the net. He’s a bit undersized, but competes hard in the corners. He won’t wow anyone at the NHL level, but he could develop into a very serviceable player. Calgary had three picks in the first round and replenished their forward depth with Klimchuk, Sean Monahan, and Emile Poirier.
Sun, Jun 30, 2013 05:56:00 PM

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