The Calgary Flames were their usual frustrating selves in 2011-12. They started off slow, muddled through the middle of the season, went on a run with a quarter of the season left, then subsequently quelled their playoff hopes by limping to the finish line.
Fantasy owners suffered right along with Flames fans, as none of Calgary's players topped 70 points, and only two crossed the 50-point barrier. Even usual stud Jarome Iginla didn't start really firing on all cylinders until two months into the season, and his 67 points matched his lowest total since 2005-06. Alex Tanguay and Curtis Glencross were solid although unspectacular, and Miikka Kiprusoff's numbers -- which qualified as one of his better seasons -- were dragged down by the Flames' anemic offense, as evidenced by his 11 overtime losses.
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