Where to Start?

Pat Steinberg
October 30 2010 02:40AM

 

What a start to the weekend we've had surrounding the Calgary Flames, with so many different discussion topics it's tough to formulate things on all of them.  Friday brang us news about Mark Giordano, Daymond Langkow and the Abbotsford Heat.  Throw that in with the impending return of David Moss, and there's a lot buzzing in Flameland.

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Calgary Signs Mark Giordano to a Contract Extension

Kent Wilson
October 29 2010 01:57PM

EDMONTON, CANADA - OCTOBER 16: Calgary Flames defenseman Mark Giordano  makes a pass against the Edmonton Oilers at the Scotiabank Saddledome on October 16, 2010 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The Flames beat the Oilers 5-3. (Photo by Dylan Lynch/Getty Images)

 

According to Globe Writer James Mirtle.

More details as they emerge.

EDIT - according to the announcement, the contract will extend till 2015-16.

UPDATE - Here's the official release (via our own Pat Steinberg):

For Immediate Release

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Postgame: Ouch

Pat Steinberg
October 28 2010 11:03PM

Calgary Flames Tim Jackman (R) and Colorado Avalanche David Liffiton exchange blows during their fight in the first period of their NHL hockey game in Calgary, Alberta October 28, 2010.  REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Well we've heard this before.  The top players on the Calgary Flames are not buying into what needs to be done, and it was the main thing harped on by Head Coach Brent Sutter following a 6-5 home loss at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche.  It was a game where Calgary held three leads, including a 4-3 cushion heading into the third period.

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Flames Scoring Chances - Game 10 versus Colorado

Kent Wilson
October 28 2010 10:24PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20136

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AROUND THE LEAGUE: WEEK THREE

Jason Gregor
October 28 2010 03:49PM

The game many of us grew up playing or watching will once again have to face one of its deepest and darkest secrets now that Graham James is back in Canada. This time around, I hope the hockey world embraces the victims and sets the stage for other victims to come forward because the hockey world will support them too.

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