Flames GM Brad Treliving on losing Tkachuk, Gaudreau: 'We're going to deal with it'

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Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving says his team will just have to deal with all of its roster turnover.

Treliving spoke with media a day after Calgary sent star forward Matthew Tkachuk and a conditional fourth-round pick to Florida in a trade.

The Flames got forwards Jonathan Huberdeau and Cole Schwindt, defenceman McKenzie Weegar and the Panthers' lottery-protected 2025 first-round selection in return.

That deal came nine days after forward Johnny Gaudreau left Calgary as a free agent, signing with the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Tkachuk and Gaudreau's departures mark a seismic change for the Flames' roster.

Gaudreau led Calgary with 115 points last season and Tkachuk was second with 104.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 23, 2022.

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