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Glen Gulutzan | Center

Team: Calgary Flames
Age / DOB:  (45) / 8/12/1971
Ht / Wt:  5'10' / 181
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The Calgary Flames continued to be the worst team in the NHL with the man-advantage as they failed to score Monday in two chances.
The Flames have gone four games without a goal on the pp and are now six-for-71, a horrible 8.4 percent clip. The Flames need to be a lot better than that if they hope to compete for a playoff spot this season. Nov 22 - 7:07 AM
Source: Calgary Sun

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The Calgary Flames are currently the worst team in the NHL with a 5-10-1 mark.

The Flames lost their fourth in a row Saturday, dropping a 4-1 decision to the Rangers at home and things do not get a lot better as seven of their next nine games are on the road. "We’re fragile right now ... it’s deflating," head coach Glen Gulutzan said. "It’s hard to find positives in these times, especially at home when we’re losing like this. We have to keep trying to move our game forward."
Source: Calgary Sun
Nov 13 - 6:40 AM

The Calgary Flames are only 1-25 on the power play.

The Flames have struggled out of the gate and the power play, or lack thereof, is a major reason why. They face the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday and that could solve some of their problems as Chicago has given up 12 power play goals thus far and are killing penalties at a 57.8 percent clip.
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 24 - 7:35 AM

For the Calgary Flames' sake, hopefully the preseason wasn't a sign of things to come.

Calgary managed to score just nine goals in seven exhibition contests. Their preseason schedule is over and their season opener will be on Wednesday against Edmonton. "I thought our compete level was high. We did manage 35 shots, but we couldn’t put any in," said Flames head coach Glen Gulutzan after a 4-0 loss to Vancouver Thursday night. "The positive side of that is we know that there are little things that have to be done — and we’re teaching on that — to score goals in the National Hockey League, especially with our young players. You have to get to the net. Pucks to the net isn’t enough. You have to get bodies to the net. Those are things that we can learn and build from."
Source: Calgary Sun
Oct 7 - 9:39 AM

The Calgary Flames have hired former Coyotes general manager Don Maloney to be a pro scout.

Maloney was the GM in Arizona for nine years. Under his watch, the Coyotes made the playoffs three times. Maloney was named the NHL's General Manager of the year in 2009-10. He and current Flames GM Brad Treliving know each other from their days in the Coyotes organization. Treliving was the assistant GM in Arizona from 2003 to 2014.
Aug 17 - 5:56 PM

Dave Cameron and Paul Jerrard have joined the Calgary Flames as assistant coaches.

They'll work under new bench boss Glen Gulutzan. Cameron is going to be familiar to a lot of people as he served as the head coach of the Ottawa Senators for the last two seasons. Jerrard, meanwhile, has spent the past three campaigns working as an assistant coach with the AHL's Utica Comets. Prior to that he was an assistant with the Dallas Stars.
Jul 7 - 4:25 PM

Calgary has goaltending at the top of their to-do list and they have plenty of 2016 draft picks to obtain a netminder.

"We're set to make the picks," GM Brad Treliving said. "But obviously we've got some areas we want to fill on our team right now, goaltending being at the top of the list. Does that give us an opportunity to help us with those picks? We'll see. But there's lots of discussions going on. We'll see. We'll be ready." Calgary owns the sixth overall selection in the first round as well as three choices in the second round. The Flames were reportedly interested in Frederik Andersen, but he is off the table after he was moved to Toronto on Monday.
Jun 21 - 11:42 AM

The Calgary Flames are looking to trade up in the draft on Friday.

The Flames currently hold the sixth spot in the draft but would love to get a high-end forward, either Jesse Puljujarvi or Matthew Tkachuk. Puljujarvi should go third overall to Columbus and while that price to move up should be huge, the Oilers own the fourth pick and that is possible as Edmonton really needs to draft a defenseman. While a deal with their provincial rivals are rare, this could be a perfect match as the Oilers will likely still get the blueliner of their choice at number six. Stay tuned.
Source: Calgary Sun
Jun 19 - 8:22 AM

The Calgary Flames have officially named Glen Gulutzan as the team's new head coach.

Gulutzan is joining the Flames after spending the last three seasons as an assistant coach for the Vancouver Canucks. Before that he spent two campaigns as the Dallas Stars' bench boss. Under his leadership, Dallas posted a 64-57-9 record.
Jun 17 - 12:47 PM

Glen Gulutzan is reportedly the favorite for Calgary's head coaching job.

According to Renaud Lavoie of TVA sports and Journal de Montreal, a deal could be finalized this week. Gulutzan was the head coach of the Dallas Stars for two years and he has served as an assistant with Vancouver for the past three seasons.
Jun 14 - 5:11 PM

Glen Gulutzan is a "strong candidate" to join John Tortorella's staff in Vancouver, according to RDS' Renaud Lavoie.

Gulutzan was fired by the Stars after the season and then was reportedly a candidate for the Toronto Marlies job, which went to Steve Spott. Gulutzan has plenty of experience and was a good young candidate when hired by the Stars, so a chance to rebuilding his rep as an NHL assistant might be a good next move.
Wed, Jul 3, 2013 06:00:00 PM

Former Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan could be a front-runner for the Toronto Marlies head coach position, according to The Toronto Star's Damien Cox.

Gulutzan was fired by the Stars after just two seasons behind the bench, but Cox believes he could be a good fit as Dallas Eakins' replacement with the Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate. In addition to his brief stint with the Stars, Gulutzan also has experience coaching at the ECHL and AHL level and appears to match Dave Nonis' desire for an NHL-caliber coach. Nonis hasn't yet interviewed Gulutzan -- or any candidate for that matter -- but that's expected to happen soon, according to Cox.
Tue, Jun 25, 2013 03:04:00 PM

The Dallas Stars have relieved assistant GM Frank Provenzano of his duties.

The decision was made by new GM Jim Nill. Meanwhile Nill has increased AHL Texas GM Scott White's responsibilities to include being the director of hockey operations. Nill also parted ways with former head coach Glen Gulutzan and is still in the process of selecting the team's next bench boss
Fri, May 31, 2013 04:19:00 PM

The Dallas Stars are getting closer to making their goal of holding their 2013 training camp in Fort Worth a reality.

"If it occurs, what would occur would probably be a training camp on Wednesday-Thursday-Friday in the [Fort Worth] Convention Center arena," Fort Worth’s public events director, Kirk Slaughter said. That will tentatively occur between Sept. 11-13. This is part of the Stars' plans to expand their footprint. They hope to hold future training camps in places like San Antonio and Houston.
Wed, May 29, 2013 09:06:00 AM

TSN's Darren Dreger reports that the Vancouver Canucks have included Glen Gulutzan on their list of potential head coaching candidates.

Who knows how prominent the young former Dallas Stars bench boss really is, though, or if he might be targeted as an assistant instead. Gulutzan didn't get much of a chance after being fired in just two seasons, so he probably deserves another shake in some fashion.
Sun, May 26, 2013 04:30:00 PM

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