Jay Day

Pat Steinberg
April 12 2011 12:24PM

Acting Flames General Manager Jay Feaster held his after season news conference with the Calgary media on Tuesday morning, and a few interesting things came from it.  Feaster spoke for almost 40 minutes, answering questions on the future and a second straight season out of the playoffs.  You can listen to the entire thing below, courtesy of our friends at Sportsnet Radio FAN 960.


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Blogging for Charity

Chemmy
April 12 2011 11:06AM

Ryan Lambert and I like to stir the pot in the hockey blogosphere. From his work at Puck Daddy to my tribute to the Washington Capitals we've won our fair share of critics (mostly in the "they hate us" sense and not the "objective analysis of humor").

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Cleaning Up

Pat Steinberg
April 11 2011 06:02PM

The 2010/2011 edition of the Calgary Flames went their seperate ways on Monday afternoon after a second straight season out of the postseason.  The team fulfilled their final media obligations, met with the coaching staff for the final time and, of course, cleaned out their lockers.  Here are some observations from a day the that came too early for the Flames.

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April 10 News and Notes

Robert Cleave
April 10 2011 09:50PM

             

 

 

The regular season reached its conclusion this evening, with the playoff matchups now set for next week's hostilities. Before that gets underway, it's a good time to have one last look at the news from Calgary and around the league. This time around, the Flames play out the string, the Ducks get home ice, and the 'Canes fall at the last hurdle.

 

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Postgame: Another Canucks Win

Pat Steinberg
April 09 2011 11:29PM

Calgary's season series with the Vancouver Canucks will end with zero regulation wins for the Flames, after they fell 3-2 in overtime Saturday night at the 'Dome.  The Nucks stormed back from a 2-0 deficit and scored a pair in the third period before a Christian Ehrhoff shot sealed things in extra time; the Flames will finish with 94 points on the season, finishing the season with an overtime loss.

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