May 03 2013 08:58AM
Now that the 2013 campaign is done and over with for the Calgary Flames, it's time to pick at the corpse a bit. The season was disappointing overall for the Flames and it begs the question regarding which player had the most disappointing season overall.
We have a few contenders.
April 29 2013 05:49PM
On Sunday and Monday, the Calgary Flames held court for the media in the final two formal days of media availability of the 2013 hockey season. Most notably, head coach Bob Hartley spoke last on Sunday, while general manager Jay Feaster held an availability earlier today.
Here's the gist of what those guys spoke about:
April 28 2013 10:44AM
Sunday is the official end of the 2013 season for your Calgary Flames. Players undergo end-of-season medicals and meet with the coaching staff, then visit with the assembled local media before heading off to the off-season.
I'll be down at the 'Dome all day and will be updating this throughout the day with the aim of proving a glimpse behind the curtain of what's traditionally a long, long day for hockey media. I hope it's an interesting read.
And, heck, why not make a day out of it, right?
Feel free to ask questions and otherwise go about your business. Click past the jump for the updates
April 27 2013 12:50AM
The Calgary Flames headed east to sweet home Chicago for their final date of the truncated 2013 season. Given that it was a contest between a non-playoff squad and the NHL's newly-crowned Presidents' Trophy winners, there were certain expectations for how the game would go.
Would those expectations be met? In terms of the result, yes, but in terms of the effort? Not entirely.
April 25 2013 11:51AM
The 2013 season is almost finished, so it's time to look towards the future. The benefit of the last dozen games and the audition process is that the Flames and their coaching staff knows which players fit and which don't. Here's a quick gander at five guys who, while they haven't locked themselves into full-time jobs in the NHL quite yet, are really close. (Well, okay, four that are close and one that's a bit of a stretch.)