Lee Stempniak RUMORS & NEWS

  • Rangers' Lee Stempniak latest NHL mumps diagnosis; 5 more players being tested

    Sporting News "Rangers forward Lee Stempniak is the latest NHL player diagnosed with the mumps, bringing the league-wide total to 17 since the outbreak began in late October. The number of confirmed cases could climb to as many as 22 this week. The Rangers confirmed Stempniak's diagnosis to reporters..." December 23

  • Flames' Lee Stempniak had whirlwind day

    Calgary Sun "Lee Stempniak got the scare and the starting assignment. Go figure. All indications at the morning skate were the Calgary Flames right-winger would be a surprise healthy scratch for Tuesday’s battle with the Boston Bruins at TD Bank Garden, but with Michael Cammalleri stuck at the team..." December 18

  • Flames exploring trade option for top players

    The Fourth Period "The Calgary Flames addressed a need last week, acquiring defenseman Ladislav Smid from the Edmonton Oilers and strengthening their blueline. Flames GM Jay Feaster isn't done dealing, but his next few moves are more likely to be on the selling side, as opposed to the buying side. According to..." November 18

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  • Flames keep fans in dark about two key injured players

    Calgary Herald "The rampant paranoia, the John le Carre/CIA coverup secrecy levels surrounding NHL injuries have, alas, reached epidemic, leaguewide proportions. “Lower-body” injuries could, technically, mean anything from an inflamed ingrown toenail to amputation below the knee. Well, it can be revealed —..." October 28

  • Flames veteran Lee Stempniak off to quick start

    Calgary Sun "Monahan-mania is showing the Calgary Flames and their fans kids are all right. Lee Stempniak is happy to show that those on the other side of age 30 can be a big part of the Flames fortunes too. And maybe even part of the future. Stempniak has been tagged his whole career as a streaky..." October 24

  • 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