Welcome to the Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 63rd game of the season on March 3, 2010.
Although the Flames moves were relatively minor today, Darryl Sutter nonetheless managed to make trade deadline a controversial one for Clagary fans. Let’s go through the club’s moves trade-by-trade. Vesa Toskala for Curtis McElhinney This move is less about acquiring Kipper’s buddy and more about the team giving up on CuMac and moving his contract…
The Calgary Flames got the jump on the National Hockey League’s annual clearout sale by making a couple of major deals before the Olympic break. What will Darryl Sutter be up to today, if anything? Join us throughout the day for news and views (and perhaps the odd irreverent comment) about the 2010 trade deadline.
Space was at a premium at Flames practice this morning, as the Calgary Flames had their first practice with their three Olympians back in the city. After a two-week break, the Flames are healthy, which means a ton of bodies on the ice and only 20 slots open against Minnesota on Wednesday.