Not so long ago, Miikka Kiprusoff was arguably the best goaltender in the NHL. Now, he's struggling. If the Flames want to reach the playoffs, Jarome Iginla won't be enough. They'll need their old goalie back.
The signing of Curtis Joseph is an insurance policy in net for the Calgary Flames, but will it play mind games will their stud starter Miikka Kiprusoff?
Jarome Iginla is off to an uncharacteristically strong start. Miikka Kiprusoff is strangely not. And while the Flames are struggling, both stars are dealing with the adversity in very different ways.
Bringing in Mike Keenan is a risk for the Flames, but just how much? If things don't go well, he could drive Jarome Iginla and Miikka Kiprusoff out of town.
Think you saw tears in Edmonton? George Johnson says Flames fans could face the same fate with Iginla and the Kipper.
Dion Phaneuf, Miikka Kiprusoff and Jarome Iginla all enter the playoffs with questions, but the Flames will need all three for success.
Miikka Kiprusoff will get all of the goalie accolades, but George Johnson writes that the Flames netminder should, but won't be, league MVP as well.
After a seven-year playoff drought, the Flames were turned over to Darryl Sutter, who changed their way of thinking.
One thing has become clear in Calgary: The Flames will go as far as Miikka Kiprusoff can take them.