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|Flames' Kiprusoff Officially Retires |
|(9/9/13) Miikka Kiprusoff has officially retired from the NHL.|
|Flames' Kiprusoff's Status Still A Mystery |
|(9/4/13) Miikka Kiprusoff's status for the upcoming season is still a mystery, although it's still likely he'll retire, the Calgary Herald reports.|
|Flames' Kiprusoff Hasn't Filed For Retirement Yet |
|(8/22/13) Despite rumors back in June that Miikka Kiprusoff plans to retire, he hasn't yet filed his retirement papers, HockeyBuzz.com reports.|
|Flames' Kiprusoff Reportedly Retiring |
|(6/25/13) Miikka Kiprusoff reportedly told the Finnish national team he is retiring from the NHL, the Calgary Sun reports.|
|Flames Start Kiprusoff On Tuesday |
|(4/23/13) Miikka Kiprusoff is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Predators, FAN 960's Pat Steinberg reports.|
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Flames' Kiprusoff Reportedly Retiring
Kiprusoff reportedly told the Finnish national team he is retiring from the NHL, the Calgary Sun reports.This was expected, as Kiprusoff was contemplating retirement much of a rough 2013 campaign. He is the Flames' all-time leader in wins and shutouts and was a Calgary stalwart for a long time. His backup Joey MacDonald, Karri Ramo and Reto Berra will compete to start in 2013-14.
Report: Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff decides to retire
Calgary goalie Miikka Kiprusoff had been considering whether to play one more season or retire. He has reportedly made his decision: retire.
|The Flames missed the playoffs again in 2011-12, but that certainly cannot be pinned on Miikka Kiprusoff. He had one of his best seasons in years, putting together a 35-22-11 record along with a 2.35 goals against average and a .921 save percentage. The Flames inability to win in overtime or in shootouts hurt Kippers record, as evidenced by his 11 overtime losses. The slight drawdown in his minutes and games seemed to help the 35-year-old, and if the Flames get enough backup help to keep Kiprusoff at less than 70 games, Kiprusoff should reward fantasy owners with another stellar year. His only drawback is his team, which hasnt added much of a needed offensive spark in the offseason. (Updated 8/14/12) |