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Soon after Glen Gulutzan was hired Michael Frolik was told the Calgary Flames’ new coach would be contacting him. After all, Frolik had a pretty forgettable season in his debut as a Flame.
“Then the season was kind of over.” Billed as a 20-goal scorer as he was eight years earlier as a Florida Panthers rookie, Frolik was generally on that pace, scoring 15 times and adding 17 assists in 64 outings.
However, he didn’t have the sort of impact Brad Treliving had hoped when the Flames GM stuck his neck out to ink the Czech veteran. Fact is, Frolik cited a number of reasons why he wasn’t reachable.
Billed as a solid, two-way forward who was well-liked by fans and teammates everywhere he went, his season mirrored that of the Flames last year, falling short of expectations.
“The start was kind of slow for everybody but then I was getting better and feeling more comfortable before I got hurt and was out for a month,” said Frolik who was out from mid-December to mid-January.
A trip to Montreal late in the summer for a month of training alongside Milan Michalek, Max Pacioretty, Ondrej Pavelec and Marc-Andre Fleury was punctuated by World Cup camp back overseas.
As a member of the Czech Republic squad Frolik has been busy the last week, once again limiting his phone activity as he focused on playing against the world’s best.
“I hope I will be ready for the start.” An early exit by the Czechs means Frolik will finally be able to connect with Gulutzan as no.
67 is expected to be on the ice for Day 2 of camp Saturday. But I think (Troy) Brouwer is a good fit - a big, strong power forward. The coaches and the goalies and a couple forwards, hopefully it’s going to click pretty quick and we have a good start.
The first part of his summer he spent in Florida, chasing his new passion: golf.