Flames Sign Bryan Cameron

Kent Wilson
April 30 2010 06:49PM

According to Inside the Flames, Calgary has signed 21 year old Bryan Cameron of the OHL's Barrie Colts. Although he's scored 41, 37 and 53 goals in the last three seasons respectively, the 5'10" center wasn't signed by the Los Angeles Kings, who originally drafted him in the 3rd round in 2007. His 53 goals for the Colts this year not only led the team, but the entire league, which is good news for a Flames organization generally lacking in offensive forwards.

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Darryl Sutter: the good

Pat Steinberg
April 30 2010 01:39PM

As the NHL playoffs and the offseason for the Calgary Flames continues, the topic of upper management and their future continues to be a hot topic. It's also a topic I've had a hell of a time forming an opinion on, as I've gone back and forth on how I feel about the whole thing. As such, I've tried to really plot out different argument points, and I've decided to trot out a "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" set when it comes to GM Darryl Sutter.

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Ted's Take is Wrong

Kent Wilson
April 29 2010 01:00PM

Capitals Ovehckin and Canadiens Halak shake hands after game 7 in Washington

 

Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis has a blog of his own, where this post on the Capitals first round defeat to the Montreal Canadiens appeared this morning. Some snippets:

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Around the League - Playoff Edition - Wk 2

Jason Gregor
April 29 2010 09:06AM

The NHL might not be on par with the NBA, NFL or MLB on a global scale, but any astute sports fan will realize that the NHL playoffs are the most dramatic, electrifying and utterly exciting.

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I actually Agree With Brian Burke on Something!

Kent Wilson
April 28 2010 12:16PM

Toronto Maple Leafs v Atlanta Thrashers

 

It's been interesting to see Brian Burke operate in Toronto as he tries to basically rebuild the team from scratch. Some of his strategies have struck me as ill-founded (copious amount of dollars spent on the blueline) while other have seemed downright ridiculous (truculence! Paying more than league minimum for pugilist Colton Orr...).

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