1. Deal Or No Deal Canada: Calgary and Toronto Could Help Each Other Out

    As is often the case, when there are two teams struggling as bad as the Toronto Maple Leafs and Calgary Flames, a trade is only a matter of time...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,684 reads 21 comments

  2. Don't Quote Me: The Dumbest, Funniest Quotes in Sports

    Let's face it, despite being paid millions of dollars to play a game adored by many, athletes are just regular people like you and I, except they're probably in the gym while I'm writing this article...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 41,258 reads 14 comments

  3. Burnt Out: Calgary Flames Goal Scoring Woes Continue

    It is starting to become a common trend with the Calgary Flames: as hard working as they may be, they just can't score...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 214 reads 1 comments

  4. Calgary Flames' Eric Nystrom Needs a Spark To Realize Potential

    It is hard to knock the Calgary Flames' Eric Nystrom; he is consistently one of the hardest-working players, night in and night out, and usually adds energy in every game he plays...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  5. The Red Light District: Flames Win Despite Another Dense Canucks Fan

    A few years back I wrote an article entitled "Vancouver Canucks Fans Just Plain Dumb" in response to a few incidents I had witnessed while being at games...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 454 reads 3 comments

  6. Theoren Fleury's Bash of Calgary Flames Is Legitimate

    After months of hearing rumours that Theoren Fleury's failed comeback attempt with the Calgary Flames was just a publicity stunt on the heels of the release of his book Playing With Fire, it ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,344 reads 2 comments

  7. A Future Nemisz-Is: Flames Draft Pick Greg Nemisz Is So Hot He's Spitting Fire

    The dictionary defines a nemesis as an opponent whom a person cannot best or overcome, and if the Calgary Flames' first round pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, Greg Nemisz, continues to grow ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 410 reads 5 comments

  8. Let's Make a Deal: Kovalchuk for Phaneuf Is a Real Possibility

    If the rumors that keep swirling out of Calgary are indeed true, and Dion Phaneuf has requested a trade, don't be surprised if Ilya Kovalchuk is on the Flames radar...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,899 reads 5 comments

  9. The One That Got Away: Dale Derkatch Should Have Been an NHL Star

    Over the years, some great players have slipped through the cracks and never gotten their opportunity to shine on the NHL stage. In Dale Derkatch's case, it was never a question of his skill, but in his own words, it was that he never tried...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 619 reads 4 comments

  10. Never Too Late: Calgary Flames Landing Late Round Talent

    While the Calgary Flames have had the unenviable task of trying to land a blue chip prospect late in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft over the past six seasons, they have seemingly stockpiled ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 289 reads 3 comments

  11. Comfortably Numb: Calgary Flames Should Be Thinking Trade

    Now before I get ridiculed, let me first start off by saying that I live and bleed the Calgary Flames. I even tattooed their logo on my left arm...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 630 reads 10 comments

  12. So It Begins: No Quick Fix for Calgary Flames As They Continue To Slide

    As the Calgary Flames keep plummeting in the Western Conference, there is little left to do but scratch one's head and wonder what could have been...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 158 reads 2 comments

  13. Picking the Greats: Canada's Olympic Dream Team

    As the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver draw near, all the talk continues to be about just who will suit up and represent team Canada in their quest for gold...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,526 reads 0 comments

  14. Remembering the Nordiques: A Look Back at a Franchise that Deserved a Better Fate

    The province of Quebec is passionate about a number of things, but hockey among all reigns supreme. Like many Canadians, it is a part of their culture and livelihood, they live and breath the game...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,707 reads 2 comments

  15. The Littlest Christmas Tree: Pound for Pound Who is the Best Calgary Flame of All Time

    The Calgary Flames have always been known for their physical "in your face" brand of hockey. It has been a style that has brought them success of late, despite not having the most talented team...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 5,481 reads 8 comments

  16. NHL's Winter Classic: With Historic Games Comes Classic Pictures and Comments

    The first outdoor NHL exhibition game was on September 28, 1991 when the Los Angeles Kings played the New York Rangers outside, if you can believe it, Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas strip of all places...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 2,075 reads 4 comments

  17. My Boy's Gonna Play In The Big Leagues: The Legend Of George Pelawa

    By all accounts George Pelawa was destined for greatness. At eighteen-years-old he was physically imposing, standing 6'3" and weighing 235 lbs, and his hands were as soft as the way he spoke ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,946 reads 4 comments

  18. A Star On The Rise: Despite Being Cut ,Tyler Seguin Is the Real Deal

    My initial reaction to hearing that 17-year-old Plymouth Whalers sniper Tyler Seguin had been released from Team Canada's World Junior squad was one of disbelief...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 396 reads 0 comments

  19. How Gary Bettman Stole Christmas

    Christmas is upon us, it is time for sipping some egg nog, gathering around loved ones, decorating the tree, giving gifts...and making fun of Gary Bettman in a little something I hope will bring each and everyone of you joy this season...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 381 reads 3 comments

  20. Adding Fuel To The Fire: Calgary Flames Showing Their True Colours?

    I have to be honest, being a Calgary Flames fan over the past few years has made me terribly pessimistic. The 2003-04 season, which saw Calgary push its way to the finals, brought with it hope ...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 232 reads 3 comments

  21. The Top 10 Players Not Playing in the NHL

    The NHL is by far the top hockey league in the world, there is no arguing that, though the fact is that there are a handful of players outside the league that are very capable of making an impact at the sports highest level, but are not...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 4,533 reads 1 comments

  22. Schenn-Shank Redemption: Can Luke Schenn Redeem Himself In Toronto

    It is said to be the toughest positions in hockey to step into the NHL as a 20-year-old outta the ranks of junior hockey, let alone an 18-year-old. Yet Luke Schenn made the transition into the NHL last season smoother than a Luther Vandross album...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 709 reads 20 comments

  23. Montreal Canadiens Centennial Season Anything But Celebratory

    As a Calgary Flames fan, I could care about the Montreal Canadiens winning about as much as I care that Oprah is retiring in 2011...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 182 reads 1 comments

  24. The Ones That Got Away: Calgary Flames' Top Five Castaways

    Every team in the NHL has had a player or two that has gotten away. A young player that the organization gives up on, only to watch him flourish in another city...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 1,139 reads 12 comments

  25. On the Hot Seat: Could Rene Bourque Be On the Move?

    Now before all you hard core Bleacher Report fanatics post comments that say I have gone and hit the chronic worse than Snoop Dogg and completely smoked myself stupid, read the body of work below, as this entire scenario ain't as dumb as it sounds...

    Steve McSween Written by Steve McSween about over 4 years ago 297 reads 12 comments