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Regehr honoured, officially 'retired' by Flames

For Craig Conroy, the loyalty with Robyn Regehr runs deep and spans over 500 National Hockey League games, that magical 2004 Stanley Cup playoff run, and too many conversations to count in the Calgary Flames dressing room. 1,071 more words

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NHL defenceman Robyn Regehr returns to Calgary to retire as a Flame

Robyn Regehr won a Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings, but he’s retired as a Calgary Flame.

The Flames welcomed Regehr back at a news conference to officially announce his retirement. 95 more words

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Rugged blueliner Regehr set to retire as a Flame

After 1,090 NHL games over 15 seasons, Robyn Regehr went through the process of hanging up his skates at the end of the 2014-15 campaign. 660 more words

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Former Flames blueliner Robyn Regehr weighs in on retirement, knee research

The unexpected retirement of former teammate Curtis Glencross on Tuesday had Robyn Regehr thinking.

The former Calgary Flames defenceman, who hung up his skates in the spring after his 15th National Hockey League season, has seen the evolution of the game first-hand and, also, from his seats as a spectator at the Scotiabank Saddledome. 953 more words

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LA Kings Season Recap: Game 20 - Beating the Canes

Note:  I guess you could say that I’ll be reviewing the past season for the Los Angeles Kings as a means of seeing what went wrong.   453 more words

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LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi Issues Challenge To Doughty, Kopitar, Quick

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LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi held another one of his patented, epic media conference calls on June 2, 2015, and during that call, he made it crystal-clear that he is expecting much more next season from his top three players, … 1,366 more words

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LA Kings Season Recap: Game 11 - Despair in Detroit

Note:  I guess you could say that I’ll be reviewing the past season for the Los Angeles Kings as a means of seeing what went wrong.   345 more words

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