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Jay Feaster And John Weisbrod Relieved Of Their Duties In Calgary

Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames announced today that General Manager Jay Feaster and Assistant General Manager John Weisbrod have been relieved of their duties effective immediately.

Brian Burke will have a press conference at 11:00am MT

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Video- The Calgary Crowd Pays Tribute To Jarome Iginla

Last night I posted the tribute video the Calgary Flames did for Jarome Iginla's return and here is how it unfolded on the ice.


added 10:29am, from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,

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Video- Calgary Flames Welcome Back Jarome Iginla

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Iginla Returns To Calgary

from George Johnson of the Calgary Herald,

Joe Colborne was no different than any self-respecting, red-blooded Calgary kid back in the day. He had the merchandise.

“The sweater?” blurts the homegrown centreman, taken slightly aback that you even had to ask. “Oh yeah. Of course I had one. A No. 12. With the nameplate? What do you think? With everything.

“Can’t remember when I got it exactly. Christmas? Birthday? I don’t know.

“I got it just . . . just . . . well, just because. Because he was my favourite player. Because he was EVERYONE’s favourite player.

“It seemed every person in town had one of those sweaters. You’d see so many 12s walking around on game days you couldn’t keep count. Now it could be a Monahan or a Baertschi or a Giordano. Back then you knew what you’d see when you got to the rink — an awful lot of 12s.”

Apt to be a few floating around the Scotiabank Saddledome on Tuesday night, too, leftover remnants from what is now officially a bygone era, as Jarome Iginla marks his competitive return to this town.


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Video- Talking With Brian Burke

vis Sportsnet,

Calgary’s Brian Burke joins the HC panel to discuss the Dion Phaneuf hit and other similar hits, saying it’s primarily the forward’s fault for turning the last second, and much more.

Watch the 21 minute video below from the BOG meetings...

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Videos- The Review Room In Toronto Should Be Involved With These Types Of Calls

Would the review room in Toronto overruled the call on the ice if this type of ruling would be reviewable?

And how about this call from the Colorado/Calgary game...

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Hartley Responds After Parker’s Bully Remarks

from Kristen Odland of the Calgary Herald,

In the wake of a lawsuit, by which 10 former NHL-ers claimed the league hid information that would have prevented ongoing head trauma, (Scott) Parker said in a recent interview with the Denver Post that he was the subject to bullying by coaches who threatened his roster spot if he stopped sacrificing his body.

He directed his harshest criticism at Hartley.

“He was a junior B goalie trying to tell me how to fight,” Parker told the Denver Post. “He was always just degrading me. Not to be a (wimp), but he was a bully. And he could be because he was in a position of authority. What was I supposed to do as a rookie? Go tell him ‘(expletive) you’? I did that stuff at the end of my career, but at the beginning of my career I was just a chess piece to him.”

Hartley was quick to defend himself when asked about Parker’s comments Tuesday at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

“I was made aware of that report long ago,” said Hartley who won a Stanley Cup with the Avalanche and spent nearly five seasons at the helm from 1998-99 to 2002-03. “All coaches, but I’ll speak for myself because my name is there, we set expectations. We create standards. There’s not a player I’ve coached that I didn’t try to make better. I’ve never bullied anyone.

“I can be a demanding coach. But I want the best for my players. For me, that’s the end of the story.”


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The Flames Update Their Injury List

via a press release from the Calgary Flames,

Mark Giordano (defense) – broken ankle – week to week (Injured Reserve)

Curtis Glencross (forward) – knee – 2 to 3 weeks (Injured Reserve)

TJ Galiardi (forward) – back spasms – day to day – (Injured Reserve)

Dennis Wideman – (defense) – fractured hand – 6 to 8 weeks (Injured Reserve)

Sean Monahan – (forward) – hairline fracture in foot – week to week (Injured Reserve)

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Talking With Brian Burke

from Eric Francis of the Calgary Sun,

Minutes before zipping off for an Olympic conference call with USA Hockey officials, Brian Burke weighed in on the Canadian goaltending debate with a surprising stance.

“As of this week, I’d start Cam Ward,” said the Flames director of hockey operations, who doubles as the American Olympic team’s director of player personnel.

“He’s out of his mind right now — you can’t beat him,” Burke continued. “Everybody’s worried about Canada’s goalies right now, but I’m not. I think they have three guys who could play. You just have to figure out who’s on at that moment.”

As part of a wide-ranging chat with a quaint group of KidSport Calgary supporters Monday, Burke says that while he saw the Canadians as the pre-tourney favourites to win in Sochi “the team that scares the living hell out of me is Russia.”

“Because it’s their home soil, it’s going to be crazy there, and we hear rumours of huge bonuses for players if they win gold.”

Armed with a strong, colourful opinions on everything Burke raised plenty of eyebrows and prompted several laughs with frank answers to some of the biggest questions in hockey.

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Anaheim Ducks Acquire Tim Jackman From Calgary

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the National Hockey League (NHL) club has acquired right wing Tim Jackman from the Calgary Flames in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.

Jackman, 32 (11/14/81), has scored 24-40=64 points with 654 penalty minutes (PIM) in 400 career NHL games with Columbus, Phoenix, Los Angeles, the New York Islanders and Calgary. The 6-2, 225-pound winger appeared in his 400th career contest on Nov. 14, a 7-3 Flames loss vs. Dallas. In 10 contests this season, Jackman has gone scoreless with 40 PIM.

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