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08-20-2012, 03:24 PM
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I believe this is a transition year for the Flames. The second line will do as much damage as the first and the third line will become a scoring threat as well. I don't see a lot of low scoring games including the Flames this year and the scoring numbers reflect that. Flames score a lot, and give up more on many nights. Defense is weak but will chip in offensively. Goaltending will be a bright spot and Irving will give the fans something to look forward to as Kipper heads out of town at the trade deadline.

FORWARDS

Alex Tanguay- 15 G - 48 A - 63 P

Jarome Iginla- 28 G - 32 A - 60 P

Mike Cammalleri- 26 G - 28A - 59 P

Jiri Hudler- 24 G - 28 A - 52 P

Curtis Glencross- 30 G - 20 A - 50P

Roman Cervenka- 16 G - 32 A - 48 P

Sven Baertschi- 19 G - 26 A - 45 P

Mikael Backlund - 16 G - 25 A - 41 P

Matt Stajan - 14 G - 26 A - 40 P

Lee Stempniak - 10 G - 10 A - 25 P

Blake Comeau - 5 G- 10 A - 15 P

Lance Bouma - 4 G - 10 A - 14 P

Tim Jackman - 3 G - 10 A - 13 P

DEFENSE

Dennis Wideman - 12 G - 23 A - 45 P

Mark Giordano - 11 G - 28 A - 39 P

Jay Bouwmeester - 8 G - 25 A - 33 P

T.J. Brodie - 7 G - 14 A - 21 P (28/82)

Chris Butler - 6 G - 12 A - 18 P

Cory Sarich - 2 G - 11 A - 13 P

Anton Babchuk - 3 G - 8 A - 11 P


GOALIES

Miikka Kiprusoff - 26 W - 25 L - 2 SOL

Leland Irving - 15 W - 10 L - 4 SOL

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