from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
Feaster had been under the gun at different times during his tenure with the Flames, most notably back in January when, after the lockout had been settled, he signed a restricted free agent, Ryan O'Reilly to an offer sheet, unaware that he had played a handful of games in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League after the lockout...
In a move that everyone expected three seasons ago, the Calgary Flames (namely, president of hockey operations Brian Burke, who strikes me as someone who has no patience for dithering) have relieved Jay Feaster and assistant GM John Weisbrod of their duties, effective immediately.The Flames got off to a promising start this season only to fall to their customary spot in the Western...
GM Jay Feaster is out in Calgary. Photo: Larry MacDougal, AP
In a move that should surprise no one, general manager Jay Feaster and assistant manager John Weisbrod have been relieved of their roles in the Calgary Flames’ front office. Feaster was hired in the summer of 2010, and made the full GM in 2011. Under Feaster’s management, the Flames had not won a playoff series, and...
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Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames announced today that General Manager Jay Feaster and Assistant General Manager John Weisbrod have been relieved of their duties effective immediately.
Brian Burke will have a press conference at 11:00am MT
Time to stock up on patience. And Band-Aids.
“It’s like learning to ride a bike,” Bob Hartley, coach of the Calgary Flames, said. “Right now, we’re scraping our knees and elbows big-time.”
The scab-count grows near-nightly as the Flames, with their youthful mix, take more late-game spills.
The most recent, of course, being Tuesday’s collapse against the visiting...
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The Calgary Flames and Carolina Hurricanes will battle for two points later tonight as either team looks to improve upon their most recent record.
Ranked similarly in their last ten games played as the Flames, Carolina currently sits at 5-3-2 with a recent OT loss which pushed them to a four game losing streak.
Having found some success...
The Calgary Flames made it clear that it doesn’t matter what jersey Jarome Iginla sports, he’ll always be a Flame in their hearts.
Iginla returned to the Scotiabank Saddledome on Tuesday night, and although the winger initially said he was feeling nervous and excited about his homecoming, those feelings quickly changed to ones of awe as he was welcomed with a remarkable standing...
Jarome Iginla was the face of the Calgary Flames franchise for over a decade and is arguably the greatest player in team history.
When the future Hall of Famer returned to Calgary for the first time as a visiting player on Tuesday night, he received a lengthy standing ovation and an awesome video tribute in an emotional pre-game ceremony at the Saddledome.
Tomorrow night represents a special evening in an otherwise dull season for the rebuilding Calgary Flames when the franchise’s former captain and most important player of the last two decades returns home for the first time as a member of…Read more →The post Calgary Flames: Jarome Iginla returns home appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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A somewhat depleted Calgary Flames roster have managed to win three of their last four games played, all while improving their last ten game record to 5-4-1.
Still with injuries to Curtis Glencross, Sean Monahan, and TJ Galiardi, the Flames depth has been tested all year as their captain has only just returned from missing 18 games. If going...
Ask almost anyone in Calgary or around the NHL and they’ll tell you the Calgary Flames waited at least a year too long before trading Jarome Iginla.
Ask Iginla and he has a radically different take.
“I don’t think I waited too long at all,” Iginla told the Calgary Sun days ahead of his emotional return to the Dome Tuesday.
“I look back and I honestly try not to live...
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -- Mark Giordano and T.J. Brodie each had a goal and an assist to lead to Calgary Flames to a 4-1 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Wednesday.
Giordano's goal extended the Flames' lead to 3-1 at 11:46 of the second period.
On the power play, Giordano's shot from the blue line changed direction off the stick of Antoine Vermette and eluded goaltender...
First, he skated solo.
Then, with the team. And on Tuesday, Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano skated with his squad in his first full-contact practice.
The next step is a smooth morning skate ahead of Wednesday’s clash against the Phoenix Coyotes. If he emerges pain-free, Flames head coach Bob Hartley said there’s a “strong possibility” of seeing the heart-and-soul defenceman...
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Flames rookie forward Sean Monahan has a hairline fracture in his foot.
The team said Thursday the 19-year-old's status is week to week.
With nine goals and six assists, Monahan is second in NHL rookie scoring behind Thomas Hertl of the San Jose Sharks. Monahan is also second for Calgary in scoring.
The Flames have been hit hard by injuries this season.
Captain Mark Giordano...
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