Calgary Flames’ Micheal Ferland tested for mumps | Calgary Herald

Calgary Flames' Micheal Ferland tested for mumps | Calgary Herald
Curtis Lazar, smiley as ever, exudes patience in weeks-long wait to play first game for Calgary Flames
The Calgary Flames are awaiting test results to determine if first-line forward Micheal Ferland has mumps. The team announced Sunday afternoon the 

Lazar Calgary Flames Curtis Lazar is still waiting to get into the lineup since coming over from the Ottawa Senators. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this story. Report an error. Curtis Lazar has been with the Calgary Flames since … . FILE: Calgary Flames' Micheal Ferland, left, struggles as he fights with Vancouver Canucks' Kevin Bieksa during third period NHL first round playoff hockey action in Calgary on April 19, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

The Toronto Maple Leafs forward had a breakaway during a thrilling three-on-three overtime session with the Chicago Blackhawks but was unable to score on the opportunity, which would've given the home team a crucial victory in the Eastern Conference

The Calgary Flames released a trio of news items this afternoon, the first was not so pleasant, the other two were. Here's a brief rundown on of all three. Ferland Monitored for Mumps. #LAKvsCGY Update: Micheal Ferland will not play tonight. He is … . Ferland will miss Sunday's game against the Kings due to illness and is under observation for the mumps. Ferland was believed to be dealing with the flu, but it appears the mumps may have struck again in what has become a league-wide epidemic the last

The Calgary Flames will be without Micheal Ferland tonight when they face the L.A. Kings. The Flames announced Sunday that Ferland is now under observation for the mumps, a disease which has affected members of the Canucks and Wild this season,

Flames announce Micheal Ferland under observation for mumps

The mumps has made its way into another NHL locker room. This time, It's the Calgary Flames. The team announced Sunday that forward Micheal Ferland will be out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Kings, due to concerns that the

Curtis Lazar is still waiting for the chance to play in a game for the Calgary Flames. The Flames picked up the former Senator at the trade deadline but were on a four game winning streak at the time which was extended to 10 games and there was no way …

Flames' Micheal Ferland: Game-time decision Sunday

CALGARY, Alberta – Calgary Flames forward Micheal Ferland was held out of Sunday's game with the Los Angeles Kings for fear he has the mumps. The Flames tweeted prior to the game that the 24-year-old left-winger is "under observation for the mumps.".

Ferland is dealing with the flu and will be a game-time decision for Sunday's contest against Los Angeles, Wes Gilbertson of Postmedia reports. The forward has been a physical presence for the Flames, tallying 135 hits to go along with his 21 points in … . When the Calgary Flames acquired Curtis Lazar from the Ottawa Senators at this year's trade deadline, giving up a second-round pick in the process, it seemed like the former WHL standout was set to get a fresh start after struggling in his first couple …

Discipline has been a point of emphasis — and a point of pride — for the Calgary Flames during their recent roll. So when Curtis Lazar is finally tapped to debut for his new team, the last thing he wants is to do is run afoul of the referees. “We're …

Curtis Lazar, smiley as ever, exudes patience in weeks-long wait to play first game for Calgary Flames
Curtis Lazar, smiley as ever, exudes patience in weeks-long wait to play first game for Calgary Flames
0320mumps.jpg Calgary Flames forward Micheal Ferland and Ron Hainsey of the Pittsburgh Penguins fight for position in front of Marc-Andre Fleury in Calgary on March 13, 2017. (Al Charest). Article. Tweet

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