Gallery: Former Flames in the hunt for a Stanley Cup

 

There are almost enough ex-Flames in this year's NHL playoffs to form a complete roster on their own. Here are the faces, some familiar, others not so much.

 
 
 
 
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			<strong>Jarome Iginla.</strong> Traded to Pittsburgh on March 27, 2013, for first round pick in 2013 and college prospects Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski.</p>
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Jarome Iginla. Traded to Pittsburgh on March 27, 2013, for first round pick in 2013 and college prospects Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski.

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			<strong>Jarome Iginla.</strong> Traded to Pittsburgh on March 27, 2013, for first round pick in 2013 and college prospects Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski.</p>
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			<strong>Jay Bouwmeester.</strong> Traded to St. Louis on April 1, 2013, for prospects Mark Cundari, Reto Berra, and a first round pick in 2013 draft.</p>
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			<strong>Robyn Regehr.</strong> Traded in 2011 to Buffalo along with Ales Kotalik. Now playing in L.A.</p>
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			<strong>Brandon Prust.</strong> Traded in 2009, along with Matthew Lombardi, to the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for Olli Jokinen. Now playing in Montreal.</p>
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			<strong>Matthew Lombardi.</strong> Traded with Brandon Prust in 2009 to the Phoenix Coyotes for Olli Jokinen. Now playing in Anaheim.</p>
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			<strong>Jordan Leopold.</strong> Traded to Colorado in 2006 after three seasons with the Flames. Now playing in St. Louis.</p>
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			<strong>Scott Hannan.</strong> After one year in Calgary, signed with Nashville in 2012. Now Playing in San Jose.</p>
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			<strong>Todd Bertuzzi.</strong> Played 2008-2009 in Calgary before signing with Detroit.</p>
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			<strong>Brad Stuart.</strong> After playing one season for the Flames, traded in 2007 to L.A. Kings. Now playing in San Jose.</p>
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			<strong>Toni Lyndman.</strong> Traded in 2005 to Buffalo for third-round draft pick. Now playing in Anaheim.</p>
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			<strong>Andrew Ference.</strong> Traded in 2007, along with Chuck Kobasew, to Boston.</p>
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			<strong>Jamal Mayers.</strong> Played one season with Calgary before signing with San Jose in 2010-2011. Now playing in Chicago.</p>
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			<strong>Roman Hamrlik.</strong> Signed with Montreal in 2007 after two seasons with the Flames. Now playing with the New York Rangers.</p>
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			<strong>Ian White.</strong> Traded with Brett Sutter to Carolina for Tom Kostopoulos and Anton Babchuk. Now playing in Detroit.</p>
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			<strong>Chris Higgins.</strong> Signed with Vancouver in 2010.</p>
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			<strong>Dion Phaneuf.</strong> Traded to Toronto on Jan. 31, 2010, with Fredrik Sj&ouml;str&ouml;m and Keith Aulie, in exchange for Matt Stajan, Niklas Hagman, Ian White and Jamal Mayers.</p>
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			<strong>Rene Bourque.</strong> Traded to Montreal in 2011 for Michael Cammalleri after three seasons and change with the Flames.</p>
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			<strong>Marc Savard</strong> (injured). Traded to Atlanta Thrashers in 2002. Now playing in Boston, on injured reserve list.</p>
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