Brandon Bollig LW CGY 17 Days

Bollig (illness) is in line to play Thursday against the Kings, Derek Willis of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.The illness kept Bollig unavailable for Monday's game, but he looks to be fully healthy now after returning to practice Wednesday. He's set to reclaim his gig as the Flames' fourth-line left wing, a role in which he's accumulated 102 hits and 47 PIM over 45 games this season.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 18 Days

Bollig (illness) was on the ice with his teammates Wednesday, Derek Wills of Sportsnet 960 reports.Bollig, who missed Monday's game against the Sharks, thus has a chance to suit up Thursday against the Kings, though with just three points in 45 games to date, his fantasy value is limited to formats where his PIM (47) help.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 20 Days

Bollig (illness) is traveling to join the team but won't play Monday against the Sharks, Roger Millions of Sportsnet Calgary reports.

The Flames will be without Bollig's services for a second straight game Monday due to the illness. However, it appears the worst of it is behind him, as he will join the team in San Jose. While he won't return against the Sharks, it seems likely he'll be back for Thursday's game against the Kings.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 21 Days

Bollig missed Sunday's practice due to an illness, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.

Bollig's status for the game is unclear at this point, he will not travel with the team to San Jose Sunday. He hasn't been ruled out for Monday's game, but he would have to travel to San Jose on his own if he were to make the trip. The 28-year-old winger hasn't provided much offensively this season (three points in 45 games), but has amassed 47 penalty minutes this season.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 27 Days

Bollig potted his first goal of the season in Monday's 5-2 win over the Jets.

Bollig collected just his third point of the season, and first since Nov. 2, in the win. He may add a few more points here and there along the way, but there's not much fantasy upside here.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 4 Months

Bollig is expected to be a healthy scratch for Thursday's game against the Coyotes, the Calgary Herald reports.

The Flames are looking to jumpstart Bollig, who has only two points and a minus-2 in 17 games. Bollig has only 16 points in 142 career games anyway, so this shouldn't change your fantasy plans much.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 8 Months

Look for the Calgary Flames to give the recently acquired Brandon Bollig a bigger role than he had in Chicago.

Bollig saw fourth line action with the Blackhawks and still managed seven goals and 14 points last season while dishing out 203 hits. "The more you play, the better you feel, I think," Bollig said. "I loved my role here in Chicago, but when you change teams, you get the new look and new coaches think different things about certain roles and certain players. I'm excited to see where this takes me and, hopefully, expand my role and have a good exciting season up in Calgary. My time here in Chicago was amazing, and I'll never forget it. But it's going to be fun to help rebuild that organization." Look for Bollig to go from 10 minutes per game of action to 12-14, and get 12-15 goals and 25-30 points.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 8 Months

The Calgary Flames have acquired Brandon Bollig from the Chicago Blackhawks for the 83rd pick in this year's entry draft.

With the salary cap set at $69 million, the Hawks were forced to shed some salary. Bollig just signed a 3-year extension at $1.25 million per season and the Hawks just couldn't afford to keep him with the cap $2 million less than what it could have been. Bollig, who registered a mere 14 points in 125 NHL games with the Hawks, may be able to land a slightly bigger role in Calgary than he had on a loaded Chicago squad but he still should not be high on anyone's fantasy radar.

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 10 Months

Brandon Bollig is eligible to get back into Chicago's lineup for Game 1 of the Western Conference Final.

He was suspended for two playoff games for boarding Minnesota defenseman Keith Ballard. Bollig was back with regular-season linemates Marcus Kruger and Ben Smith on the fourth unit at practice on Thursday. "Our role during the season, we kind of knew we were going to be out there against another team's top one or two lines," Bollig said. "So you kind of know when they come over the boards, so are we. So it's nice that he put us back together. I don't know if that's the role we're going to play again. Hopefully, [it is]. But if it is, we're going to be ready for that."

Brandon Bollig LW CGY 10 Months

Brandon Bollig was given a two game suspension by the NHL for his hit on Keith Ballard Friday.

The Chicago Blackhawks forward received only a two minute minor for boarding at the 17:13 mark of the second period but the National Hockey League deemed it worthy of a two game suspension. Bollig will sit out Games 5 and 6 and be eligible to return for Game 7 if necessary.