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The Calgary Flames were founded in 1972 in Atlanta before moving to Calgary in 1980. The team has won one Stanley Cup title. The Flames play in the Northwest Division with the Colorado Avalanche, Edmonton Oilers, Minnesota Wild and Vancouver Canucks. Among their most famous players include Lanny McDonald, Theo Fleury, Joe Mullen and Jarome Iginla. For information about booking hockey motivational speakers and hockey player appearances, including Calgary Flames appearances, Calgary Flames endorsements and Calgary Flames speaking engagements, contact Sports Speakers 360 today!
Calgary Flames Appearances

Theo Fleury

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Theo Fleury played in the NHL from 1988-2003, spending the majority of his career with the Calgary Flames. He was named an All-Star seven times and won a Stanley Cup with Calgary in 1989. 

Brian Burke

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Brian Burke is a current broadcaster and longtime NHL executive who worked for several NHL teams, including Calgary, Toronto and Anaheim, for whom he won a Stanley Cup in 2006-2007. 

Craig Conroy

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Craig Conroy played in the NHL from 1994-2011 for Montreal, St. Louis, Los Angeles and Calgary. He currently serves as Assistant General Manager for the Flames. 

Al MacInnis

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Al MacInnis is a Hall of Fame NHL defenseman who played 23 seasons in the league for the Calgary Flames and St. Louis Blues and was named to 12 All-Star teams. 

Doug Gilmour

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Doug Gimour is a Hall of Fame center who played in the NHL from 1983-2003. He is best remembered for his time with the Toronto Maple Leafs and won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames. 

Lanny McDonald

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$5,001 - $10,000

Lanny McDonald is a Hall of Fame winger who played from 1973-1989 for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Colorado Rockies & Calgary Flames. His 66 goals in 1982–1983 set a Calgary franchise record, which still stands today.