Posted December 13, 2013 on AP on Fox
Though the Calgary Flames recently had two major off-ice departures, a pair of key additions on the ice could help them continue to turn things around. A game after Curtis Glencross returned, the Flames could be getting Sean Monahan back Saturday when they seek their first road win over the Buffalo Sabres in almost 18 years. Calgary's latest game came hours after president of hockey operations Brian Burke fired general manager Jay Feaster and assistant John Weisbrod on Thursday. Burke took over as interim GM. Though the moves came as a shock to most of the team, the Flames (12-15-4) responded by winning for the fourth time in six games, 2-1 in overtime over Carolina. Karri Ramo made 29 saves and denied the Hurricanes' Jeff Skinner on a penalty shot in the third period before defenseman Chris Butler scored the winner. "We reacted the right way (to the front-office shakeup). A lot of things in the game are out of your control," said enforcer Brian McGrattan, who...
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