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Practice a lot more attention on detail on how to get the puck out of the
- A lot of passing drills on passes from tape to tape, especially the receiving
the pass.

- Concentrating on keeping the puck in the offensive zone, defense get the
shot on the net.

- Forwards skating back to help the defense skating drills.

- Went to the point of having groups of five skating drills of going to the
offensive together as a cohesive unit. Continued the drill going back as
a unit together has defensive zone.

- Also did some 3 on 1 drills practice more on again there passing to create
the best scoring chance.

- Interesting line combos Lundmark moved to the 2nd line.

- Cammy moved down to the third line.

- Lines were

- Glencross Olli Iggy
- Bertuzzi Lanks Lundmark
- Cammy Moss Conroy
- Nystrom Peters Boyd

Defense -Combo's

- Vandy Dion
- Sarich Leopold (Best combo in the Practice)
- Aucoin Regher

Personal Notes

- Kipper had a lot of one on one time with goalie Coach Dave Maquix Sp

- Nystrom was out standing had a lot of jump really active, looks very
comfortable really chatting.

- Looks like Peters in Pardy out as the Flames go with 6 defense for
tonight's encounter with the Sharks.

- One more concern the practice was really stressed all business it
really looks like the Flames are really tight out there.

- Warrener point is a good one this teams needs to have some fun.
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March 30, 2009 3:55 PM ET | Delete
So are we just trying to drop Cammy's value?????
March 30, 2009 4:51 PM ET | Delete
Yah whats up with cammi on the 3rd line? I always thought that moss, glencross and conroy have great chemistry and a great 3rd line. They should keep cammi with olli and iggy and bert with langkow and lundmark...oh well what do i know, other than being a flames fan for 25 years!!!!!!
March 30, 2009 5:09 PM ET | Delete
Nice Job. The game is pretty important and the division is getting tight. Hopefully it doesn't wear on the players. They definitely need to focus on hitting the net!!!!
March 30, 2009 6:23 PM ET | Delete
Cammalleri on the third line is really baffling. Sure, balance is always great but why potentially really cut into Cammy's minutes (even-strength) by dropping him down? Maybe just an attempt to tinker with things a bit and get certain players back in gear with new linemates?
March 30, 2009 7:22 PM ET | Delete
I think they should go back to having Langkow as Iggy's center. Jokinen and he play too similar a game.Cammy Langkow IggyBertuzzi Jokinen Lundmark(Bourque when healthy)Glencross Conroy MossNystrom Peters Boyd
March 30, 2009 7:22 PM ET | Delete
The biggest problem that they have with Cammy is his defensive play he does not put out the 100% in the defensive zone guys. I hope he takes this a motivation instead of criticism.
March 31, 2009 12:31 AM ET | Delete
That wasn't the same Flames team that beat the Sharks in SJ in January.
March 31, 2009 2:20 AM ET | Delete
You are correct hit'em. The team that bested the Sharks in January was healthy and boasted a better second line. It was still an incredibly close game that could easily have gone either way.
March 31, 2009 8:21 AM ET | Delete
With both teams riddled with injuries, it was a suprising game. I fear the Flames come playoff time when more inured players are back..
March 31, 2009 5:40 PM ET | Delete
hit 'em, It always wasn't anywhere close to the same Sharks team that beat the Flames 6-1 in November. I fail to see your point.
March 31, 2009 6:14 PM ET | Delete
*hit 'em, It also wasn't anywhere close to the same Sharks team that beat the Flames 6-1 in November. I fail to see your point.
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