Freddy Modin Retires

Pat Steinberg
May 19 2011 03:15PM

After playing just four games with the Calgary Flames, forward Freddy Modin has announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the NHL.  Acquired at the trade deadline from the Atlanta Thrashers, Modin contributed next to nothing in his short time.  I said at the time the deal was rather risk free, involving a seventh round selection, but even with the low price paid, the trade ends up not working out at all for the Flames.

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On No Trade Clauses and the Flames

Kent Wilson
May 19 2011 11:33AM



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With Curtis Glencross' fresh new NMC, the Flames will head into next season with a league-high 10 such clauses on their roster (Iginla, Langkow, Stajan, Bourque, Jokinen, Bouwmeester, Regehr, Sarich, Kiprusoff, Glencross), leading to some understandable consternation about the inflexibility of a roster that is both expensive and hasn't proven to be all that good the last two years. As such, an investigation of the use of the NTC/NMC is in order I think.

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Rant O' The Week: Kings Contracts
May 18 2011 11:28PM



Everyone's favorite malcontents Domebeers agreed to stop by and share a rant or five with the Nation. Enjoy!

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Contrarian Corner: I've got a bad feeling about this

Ryan Lambert
May 18 2011 07:10PM



Jay Feaster has never proven himself to be a good general manager. So why on earth would he start now?

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Feaster's Chance

Pat Steinberg
May 18 2011 02:52AM

Whether you like it or not, Jay Feaster is now the General Manager of the Calgary Flames, and he is tasked with turning a non-playoff team back into a contender in the next four years (the term of his contract).  There are reasons why many Flames fans are skeptical of Calgary's choice to drive the bus, but I'm willing to give Jay a chance at the helm.  And hey, seeing as how none of us have control, it's probably the best way to avoid severe headaches.

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