Practice was halted after Brodie collapsed and was convulsing on the ice before being taken away on a stretcher.
According to a tweet from the hockey team, the player was “alert and responsive” as of 1:06 p.m.
“He is alert and responsive and has been transported to a local area hospital for evaluation,” general manager Brad Treliving said in the tweet.
In an update just before 6 p.m., the Flames said Brodie was released from hospital following tests.
“T.J. has been discharged and is doing well in recovery at home with his family,” the Flames said.
— With a file from The Canadian Press