Sven Baertschi LW CGY 10 Days

Baertschi set up both of Paul Byron's goals and went plus-1 despite skating just 10:12 in Thursday's win over the Coyotes.

Thin ice time for Baertschi, who was making his return from an illness that'd kept him out of Monday's game, but he made the most of it, as these were his first points of the year. The 13th overall pick in 2011, Baertschi has a ton of offensive upside, but has been slow to realize it.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 12 Days

Baertschi (illness) will return to the Flames lineup for their game on Wednesday against the Coyotes, Pat Sternberg of Sportsnet 960 reports.

Baertschi has missed a good portion of the season already with a groin injury and now this recent illness. The 22-year-old winger has struggled in his first four seasons with the Flames and his first four games of this season haven't gone much better. He has failed to register a point and is a minus-4 rating.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 14 Days

Baertschi will not play Monday against the Hurricanes due to an illness.

Baertschi is dealing with a virus that will keep him out of Monday's game, so Max Reinhart will step in at center to replace him in the lineup.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 15 Days

Baertschi finished with no points and a minus-3 rating in Saturday's 6-4 win over the Panthers.

On an afternoon in which seemingly every Calgary skater found the scoresheet, Baertschi did more harm than good in his 7:10 of ice time. In his four games since his Nov. 2 call-up, Baertschi has failed to tally a single point, a troubling development considering that the opportunities have generally been plentiful for a potent Flames attack. If he doesn't start producing quickly, Baertschi could find himself headed back to AHL Adirondack before long.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 22 Days

Baertschi was recalled from AHL Adirondack on Sunday.

Baertschi has three assists and six penalty minutes in ten games with AHL Adirondack this season, and will now add some depth to the Flames' forwards. The 2011 first-round pick will replace Joe Colborne on the roster, who was placed on injured reserve Sunday.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 2 Months

Baertschi was reassigned to AHL Adirondack on Sunday.

Baertschi, once the most prized prospect in the organization, has spent most of the last year in the AHL and appears to be doing the same in 2014-15. He also is in GM Brian Burke's doghouse often, which doesn't bode well for his future in Calgary.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 2 Months

Baertschi was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's exhibition game due to an illness, Aaron Vickers of NHL.com reports.

Baertschi, who is competing for a spot on the Flames' Opening Night roster, hould be considered day-to-day with the illness.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 7 Months

Sven Baertschi suffered a fractured rib during the third period of Switzerland's loss to Russia at an IIHF World Hockey Championship game on Friday.

He's expected to be sidelined for several weeks, so he'll miss the remainder of the tournament. Baertschi recorded 13 goals and 29 points in 41 games for AHL Abbotsford this past season. He also added 11 points in 26 appearances with Calgary.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 7 Months

Sven Baertschi reportedly sustained an upper-body injury while playing in the 2014 World Championship.

The severity of the injury isn't known yet. Baertschi has a shot of earning a permanent spot with the Calgary Flames in 2013-14.

Sven Baertschi LW CGY 7 Months

Calgary prospect Sven Baertschi will play for Switzerland at the upcoming World Hockey Championships in Belarus.

Baertschi was not named to the Swiss side for the 2014 Olympics. Baertschi had two goals and 11 points in 26 NHL games this season before he was sent to the minors where he managed 29 points in 41 games. The Flames farm team in Abbotsford was knocked out of the playoffs in four games as Baertschi managed only one assist. His future is bright but he needs to show that he is still an offensive threat and capable of being a top six forward as the Flames drafted him 13th overall in the 2011 Draft.