Calgary Flames: Losers
Barely. Give GM Jay Feaster credit for being a man of his word. He said last week that he believes the pieces are in place for a playoff run, and thus took no action at the trade deadline.
"We like this team. We like this group. We think the answers are within that locker room," he reiterated Monday. "We weren't gonna be sellers, we weren't gonna be tearing this thing apart."
Calgary already had its big moves when it acquired Blair Jones and Mike Cammalleri in January and claimed Blake Comeau in November. Plus RW David Moss, out since November, should be back soon. Still, some kind of shakeup was needed to spark a team that has lost four straight -- all at home -- and is outside the top eight in the conference. The Flames did resign RW Tim Jackman to a two-year extension worth $612,500 per season. It'll be interesting to see what happens after the season because Calgary has plenty of potentially unrestricted free agents, including D Scott Hannan and Cory S...