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Much better the last five games (8 of 10 pts). Three wins and 2 losses (but both were OT and SO).
Hmmm, better shine up the cup for them.
Much better the last five games (8 of 10 pts). Three wins and 2 losses (but both were OT and SO).
Hmmm, better shine up the cup for them.
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The team is 7-0-3 in their last 10 games. Keenan has them playing good hockey.

I am really impressed with Iginla though. Generally he starts the first half of the season slow, scoring most of his points in the second half. This year he is ripping it up, on pace for 100+ pts and 50+ goals.

Keep it going Jarome. :)

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"At practice on Thursday, the team (Flames) played with opposite handed sticks and scrimaged by playing in any position but their own.. - TSN" (today)

Well, that'll lighten and loosen things up some!! What a hoot!

How times have changed! In the olden' days, the guys would just hit the local strip club!! :lol:

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The Future of Matt Lombardi

Calgary Flames center Matt Lombardi could head into this summer facing an uncertain future.

A report in last week's Calgary Sun suggested Lombardi could see more time on the Flames' first or second line next season if the club is unable to re-sign free agent centers Daymond Langkow and Craig Conroy.

However, a recent report in the Columbus Dispatch suggested Lombardi could be trade bait and a potential target for the Blue Jackets, a team desperately lacking quality depth at center.

Lombardi is signed through the 2009-10 season at an affordable $1.87 million and his speed makes him a valuable asset, either with the Flames or another team.

Source: http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/story/7963676...rs-face-dilemma

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Just read this on National Post, re Iginla and game last night: Calgary @ Vancouver:

(We would be remiss to let Iginla's gesture in Vancouver pass without comment - he called his entire team back out on the ice in Vancouver after Saturday's game to shake the Trevor Linden's hand upon his expected retirement. Who does such a thing as that, but a man with Messier-like leadership qualities.)

Yes, classy. Good on ya Iggy!

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Just read this on National Post, re Iginla and game last night: Calgary @ Vancouver:

(We would be remiss to let Iginla's gesture in Vancouver pass without comment - he called his entire team back out on the ice in Vancouver after Saturday's game to shake the Trevor Linden's hand upon his expected retirement. Who does such a thing as that, but a man with Messier-like leadership qualities.)

Yes, classy. Good on ya Iggy!

It,s about time he showed some true class. Comparing him to Mess is a stretch though.

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Calgary Flames sign 18-year-old centre Mikael Backlund to contract

The Calgary Flames signed first-round draft pick Mikael Backlund to a contract Friday. The six-foot, 194-pounder was selected with the 24th overall pick of the 2007 NHL entry draft.

"Mikael is one of the best 18-year old centres in the world and we are pleased that we have been able to retain him under contract," Flames GM Darryl Sutter said in a release. "He demonstrated at the world junior championships that he is in an elite class."

Backlund, who played for Vasteras in his native Sweden this season, had three goals and four assists at the 2008 world junior tournament. Sweden settled for silver after losing to Canada in the final.

Source: http://www.nhl.com/nhl/app?articleid=36235...mp;service=page

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Flames get Cammalleri, deal Tanguay during draft

"Cammalleri, who turned 26 last week, will likely play with Flames captain Jarome Iginla next season. Cammalleri had 19 goals and 28 assists in 63 games last season. His best season was 2006-07, when he had 31 goals and 46 assists in 81 games.

"I am thrilled to be coming to Calgary," Cammalleri told Rogers Sportsnet. "I have always wanted to play in Canada. Now I get to live it."

Source: http://www.nhl.com/nhl/app?articleid=36648...mp;service=page

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