The final: Who to cheer for?

Jean Lefebvre
May 29 2010 08:46AM

A quick and unscientific poll suggests that Flames fans, at least the ones who two months after their heroes' elimination are still paying attention, don't quite know what to make of the Stanley Cup final, which starts tonight in the House That Tony Amonte Built.

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Prospect Profiles - Ryan Howse

Kent Wilson
May 28 2010 10:40AM

 

 

The Chilliwack Bruins top scorer is perhaps the most interesting prospect in the Flames organization. Mostly because he represents a marked departure from the franchises drafting habits under the Sutter regime. Not only is he probably the smallest forward the team has drafted at 5'11" 190 pounds, but he was also classiffied a one-dimensional "offense only" player by many scouts during his draft year. You can count on one finger the amount of players the Sutter-led Flames have drafted since 2003 with that description.

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Brock Otten on Greg Nemisz

Kent Wilson
May 27 2010 04:03PM

Calgary Hitmen goaltender Jones makes a save on Windsor Spitfires Nemisz at the Memorial Cup in Brandon

When the Flames signed Bryan Cameron, I was lucky enough to convince Brock Otten of the excellent OHL prospects blog to share some of his observations on the overaged sniper. I went back to the well this week to get some qualitative information on Greg Nemisz, whom I recently profiled here. My questions and Otten's responses after the jump.

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Status quo at the Saddledome

Jean Lefebvre
May 27 2010 08:20AM

The big news is that there's no news.

After meeting with Flames president and CEO Ken King, George Johnson reports in the Calgary Herald that after the club's self-imposed period of evaluation and contemplation, neither Darryl Sutter nor Jarome Iginla is going anywhere.

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Around the League - Playoff Edition - Wk 6

Jason Gregor
May 27 2010 06:47AM

The Chicago Blackhawks haven’t won the Stanley Cup in 49 years. Since they last hoisted the “toughest trophy in sports to win” they’ve lost in the Finals five times: 1962, 1965, 1971, 1973 and 1992. They made the playoffs 28 consecutive years from 1970 to 1997, so it’s not like they were awful, but hockey’s holy grail hasn’t come close to the Windy City for a long time.

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