Curtis Glencross RUMORS & NEWS

  • Flames Curtis Glencross still not ready

    Calgary Sun "Calgary Flames left-winger Curtis Glencross skated on his own before practice Wednesday. But the veteran still isn’t ready to return from an ankle injury that has kept him out since mid-December. Flames head coach Bob Hartley says Glencross has not experienced any sort of setback. “It’s..." February 20

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    Wes Gilbertson @SUNGilbertson

    Let's try this again. #Flames announce Curtis Glencross is out eight weeks, Kris Russell gone for four to six.

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    Pat Steinberg @Fan960Steinberg

    #Flames confirm Glencross done for the day. They call it a lower body injury. Looked like left knee, the same one that kept him out 15 games

  • Flames’ Glencross out six weeks with MCL sprain

    Pro Hockey Talk "More tough injury news for the Calgary Flames — winger Curtis Glencross is out six weeks with a second-degree MCL sprain, according to the club’s Twitter account. Glencross was hurt Tuesday versus Minnesota. The 30-year-old has five goals and four assists this season, his nine points ranking..." November 07

  • Poor Flyers start fuels trade buzz

    Philly.com "With the Flyers limping to an 0-3 start the whispers are quickly growing louder and louder that jobs are on the line. No one has ever accused Flyers chairman Ed Snider of being a patient man. Is it possible that the Flyers would consider making a trade first? "I think we just need to..." October 07

  • Flames will lean on a No. 1 line of Curtis Glencross, Lee Stempniak and Matt Stajan

    Calgary Herald "The Calgary Flames’ top line need not assume nor guess. No mind-reading is necessary. The three forwards have been informed in no uncertain terms by their supervisor that their performance is critical. Success will be a reflection of their contributions. “I told them that in a big way they..." September 28

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    Roger Millions @RogMillions

    Glencross out 4-6 weeks. Grade 2 MCL sprain for #Flames

  • Flames notes: Glencross shows off his poker-face

    Calgary Sun "Curtis Glencross knows when to hold 'em and knows when to fold 'em. Or he was just flat-out lucky. The Calgary Flames left-winger was the last player standing at Monday's eighth annual Texas Hold'Em Poker Tournament. But his performance wasn't the result of playing in a ton of..." March 06