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Matthew Tkachuk has been thinking about leaving the flames for three years

Matthew Tkachuk has been thinking about leaving the flames for three years

The Matthew Tkachuk saga is now behind us, as the former Calgary Flames star player was traded to the Florida Panthers on Friday night.

I won’t go into the details of the deal, because I think everyone knows them.

In thought, Jonathan Huberdeau updated his profile picture. Let you see how it looks.

(Credit: Jonathan Huberdeau’s Instagram page)

He wasted no time in showing off his new colours.

Returning to Tkachuk, since the trade, he did not speak and did not give any interviews. Furthermore, he is supposed to speak to the media in Florida tomorrow.

However, Sportsnet just published an article detailing an interview that Matthew Tkachuk had with Eric Francis.

In the article, we understand that the American wing did not really act on a whim.

The idea of ​​leaving Calgary Flames had been in his head for three years now.

In fact, when Tkachuk signed the bridge’s three-season contract three years ago with the Flames, he already knew that at the end of those three seasons, he would be questioning his future with the Flames and in the NHL in general.

“By the contract I signed, I had put myself in a position to re-evaluate my life and career when this contract expired. After my restricted free agent term (July 13), I knew it was time to look elsewhere. — Matthew tkachok

Tkachuk also said that there was no single, simple reason for his decision to leave Flames.

“There are a lot of things that have come into play. There is not just one reason why I decided to leave. I wanted to re-evaluate where I was and after speaking to a few teams, this is what I decided.” – Matthew Tkachuk

In short, we now know more about the situation surrounding Calgary’s departure from Tkachuk.

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to know more, I quote here an excellent article by Eric Francis.

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