The Calgary Flames have announced the signing of forward Matthew Coronato to a three-year entry-level deal. The talented 20-year-old winger is eager to make an impact with the Flames and expressed his excitement about joining the team and playing in front of the passionate Calgary fanbase.
Before joining the Flames, Coronato spent two seasons at Harvard University, where he showcased his skills and potential. In 68 games for the Harvard Crimson, he scored 38 goals and recorded 34 assists, totaling 72 points. His impressive performance caught the attention of the Flames’ management, leading to the signing of this entry-level contract.
Matthew Coronato has expressed his enthusiasm about joining the Calgary Flames, stating, “I know a lot about how great Flames fans are and I know how important the Flames are in the city of Calgary, and I think that’s absolutely amazing. Can’t wait to get out there.” His excitement is a testament to the strong connection between the Flames and the city of Calgary, as well as the passionate fan base that supports the team.
The Flames have high hopes for the young winger, who is known for his goal-scoring prowess and playmaking abilities. Fans can expect Coronato to bring energy, skill, and determination to the Flames lineup as he begins his professional hockey journey. His development over the next few seasons will be closely monitored, as he aims to become a significant contributor to the team’s success.
Matthew Coronato’s signing with the Calgary Flames is an exciting development for both the player and the organization. With his impressive college career and promising potential, Coronato is poised to become a valuable asset for the Flames in the coming years. As he embarks on his NHL journey, Flames fans eagerly await the chance to see this young talent in action on the ice.