Jamie Macoun joined the Flames by way of Ohio State University in 1983. Macoun would play 9 years with the Flames as a valued member of their defence core. He totaled 586 regular season games with the Flames and another 84 playoff games while wearing the Flaming C. Macoun was a major player in both Cup runs the Flames had in 1986 and 1989.
In his final season with the Flames Macoun on the ice 37 times before being a piece in the 10 player trade between the Flames and Maple Leafs. Macoun would spend 9 more season in the NHL with the Maple Leafs and Red Wings, but would never have the personal success that he had in Calgary. With the Flames he totaled 246 points, but in the same time frame he only managed 101 points with Toronto and Detroit. He was able to grab one more Stanley Cup Championship with the Red Wings in 1998 and retired at the age of 37.
Since retiring Macoun owns his own real estate company and owned a Ford dealership as well. He and his wife have settled in Calgary.