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News on Fire 2/10/2016

Flames bench 3 stars, Jagr gets #739 and the first ever expansion franchises set to mark their 50th anniversary.

Flames News

Well, where to begin? Yesterday was a rather busy day in Calgary. Let's dive right in:

Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun gives you the lowdown on the benching of Gaudreau, Monahan and Bouma.

Scott Cruickshank agrees with what the Flames did to it's stars. Here's his view from the Calgary Herald.

Here's Bob Hartley's post game presser where he addresses the disciplinary situation.

Don't forget to Rate The Flames. Game recap coming as well!

Last Night's Scores:

Toronto Maple Leafs 3 @ Calgary Flames 4

LA Kings 9 @ Boston Bruins 2

Florida Panthers 7 @ Buffalo Sabres 4

Anaheim Ducks 4 @ Philadelphia Flyers 1

NY Islanders 3 @ Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (SO)

Tampa Bay Lightning 2 @ Montreal Canadiens 4

Edmonton Oilers 1 @ NJ Devils 2

Winnipeg Jets 2 @ St. Louis Blues 1 (SO)

Washington Capitals 5 @ Nashville Predators 3

Dallas Stars 4 @ Minnesota Wild 3 (OT)

San Jose Sharks 2 @ Chicago Blackhawks 0

Vancouver Canucks 3 @ Colorado Avalanche 1

Tonight's Games

Ottawa Senators @ Detroit Red Wings

NY Rangers @ Pittsburgh Penguins

Vancouver Canucks @ Arizona Coyotes

Other Hockey News

One of the all time greats, Martin Brodeur gets his number retired.

Jaromir Jagr continues to carry the Panthers as he scores career goal #739.

Former Flame Dion Phaneuf is sent from Toronto to Ottawa in a 9 player deal.

The NHL's first expansion franchises mark their 50th anniversary with special plans for next season.