Donna Spencer

Feaster joins the Flames

Jay Feaster was general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning when they beat Darryl Sutter’s Calgary Flames in the 2004 Stanley Cup final.

Calgary Flames Rene Bourque (17) Niklas Hagman

Flames’ season up in smoke

The Calgary Flames are trying to finish their NHL season respectably, while everybody else is already thinking about what’s going to happen to the team in the off-season.

Calgary Flames Rene Bourque (17) Niklas Hagman
Germany skip Andrea Schopp celebrates after defeating Scotland for the gold medal Sunday.

Schoepp ends 22-year drought at Worlds

It took Andrea Schoepp 22 years to win her second women’s world curling championship and the German skip says she’s not done yet.

Germany skip Andrea Schopp celebrates after defeating Scotland for the gold medal Sunday.
Canada skip Jennifer Jones reacts during her 8-5 win over Scotland at the 2010 World Women’s Curling Championships in Swift Current

Jones gets Germany rematch

Canada’s Jennifer Jones has seen both sides of the playoffs at the world women’s curling championship, and she likes the view from the top.

Canada skip Jennifer Jones reacts during her 8-5 win over Scotland at the 2010 World Women’s Curling Championships in Swift Current
Jerry D’Amigo sends the puck past Swedish goalie Jacob Markstrom as Team USA won 5-2 on Sunday to advance to the final.

U.S. upsets Sweden in semifinal

The United States earned a rematch with Canada at the 2010 world junior hockey championship, and this time its for the gold medal.

Jerry D’Amigo sends the puck past Swedish goalie Jacob Markstrom as Team USA won 5-2 on Sunday to advance to the final.
Theoren Fleury shoots a promo ad after his comeback press conference at the Flames’ camp  Saturday.

Fleury ready to be a Flame again

The stars of the Calgary Flames walked through the Pengrowth Saddledome doors for the first day of training camp Saturday, yet it was a short forward with lines around his eyes who was the centre of attention.

Theoren Fleury shoots a promo ad after his comeback press conference at the Flames’ camp  Saturday.
Goalie Martin Brodeur stops Sidney Crosby on the door step during a scrimmage in Calgary

Canada’s youth read for Olympic debut

Canada’s next generation of international hockey talent will debut at the 2010 Winter Olympics, if this week’s orientation camp is any indication.

Goalie Martin Brodeur stops Sidney Crosby on the door step during a scrimmage in Calgary
New Calgary Flames defenceman Jay Bouwmeester will join Dion Phaneuf and Robyn Regehr at Team Canada’s orientation camp.

Olympic worthy defence

The Calgary Flames aren’t the only ones who think they’ll have a standout defence next season.

New Calgary Flames defenceman Jay Bouwmeester will join Dion Phaneuf and Robyn Regehr at Team Canada’s orientation camp.
Calgary Flames' head coach Mike Keenan has been fired after just two seasons behind the bench.

Keenan fired

The Calgary Flames didn’t accept that injuries were to blame for the NHL club’s first-round playoff exit and fired Mike Keenan on Friday.

Calgary Flames' head coach Mike Keenan has been fired after just two seasons behind the bench.
Meghan Duggan celebrates USA’s third goal in front of Canadian goalie Charline Labonte as the Americans rolled to a 4-1 win and the gold medal at the World Women Hockey Championship on Sunday.

Left in second, again

The pressure of the 2010 Olympics on Canadian coaches emerged when women’s hockey coach Melody Davidson suggested she could lose her job after losing 4-1 to the U.S. in Sunday’s world championship final.

Meghan Duggan celebrates USA’s third goal in front of Canadian goalie Charline Labonte as the Americans rolled to a 4-1 win and the gold medal at the World Women Hockey Championship on Sunday.
Canada’s goalie Charline Labonte hurdles over teammate Catherine Ward and U.S. player Hilary Knight on Friday during Canada’s 2-1 win.

Canada takes Round 1

Melody Davidson closed her eyes and shook her head while contemplating which goaltender she’ll choose for the world women’s hockey championship final.

Canada’s goalie Charline Labonte hurdles over teammate Catherine Ward and U.S. player Hilary Knight on Friday during Canada’s 2-1 win.