The Calgary Flames won their last Stanley Cup in 1989.
Hakan Loob Actually- although this answer is widely given. it was in fact Paul Kruse who last wore #12 for the flames in 96
1989 Calgary Flames
1986: The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Calgary Flames 4 games to 1. The last time was 1989: The Calgary Flames defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4 games to 2.
Usually the Pengrowth Saddledome. They've held their rookie training camp at the Northeast Sportsplex in Calgary for the last few years.
He currently is an unrestricted free agent. He last played for the Calgary Flames
The goalie may be responsible for this? It could be the coach or the general manager? Anyways, "because they're from calgary"as the last reply is a insult to calgarians.
1988-1989 Calgary flames vs Montreal Canadians
Yes he was the last NHL player, playing without a helmet. See: http://www.oilersheritage.com/history/dynasty_players_craigmactavish.html
The Calgary Flames played and defeated the Montreal Canadiens in the 1988-89 season.
Craig Mactavish was the last Ranger to play without a helmet. He was part of the 1994 Stanley Cup Team. He was also the last NHL player to play without a helmet.
Craig MacTavish was the last NHL player to not wear a helmet. He played for the Boston Bruins from 1979-1983.
1988-89The first, and only time that the Calgary Flames have won ice hockey's Stanley Cup was in the 1988-89 season. Facing the Montreal Canadiens, this marked the most recent occasion that two Canadian teams have squared off to win hockey's most prestigious trophy.
Bob Montgomery , Boston Red Sox 1979
Craig MacTavish, current GM of the Oilers.
I have no idea who the last five players were, but the very last one was Craig MacTavish, who is the current head coach of the Edmonton Oilers. His last season was with the St. Louis Blues in 1996/97. When he retired at the end of that season he was the last player to not wear a helmet.