The Calgary Flames may be seeing yet another player traded very soon. According to multiple sources, Matthew Tkachuk told his hockey club that he is not planning to re-sign a long-term contract with the team.

This news comes two days after the Calgary Flames announced that they filed for club-elected salary arbitration with Matthew Tkachuk. The Flames winger, who is a restricted free agent had earlier made it clear he did not want to go that route.

During his regular season in Calgary, Tkachuk scored 42 goals and had 62 assists. He totalled 104 points in 82 games. Both Tkachuk, alongside Gaudreau, who subsequently left for Columbus, led their club in points and goals during the regular season.

The 24-year-old Tkachuk hails from Scottsdale, Arizona, and was sixth overall in the 2016 NHL Draft. He had previously signed a three-year, $21-million deal with the Calgary Flames.

More details to come when and if they are made available.

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