VIDEO: Full Brian Burke presser, changes underway in Calgary

If you know anything about NHL managers, you’re already hip to the fact Brian Burke is one of the most polarizing figures in the game, as well as one of the most entertaining. When he was hired by the Calgary Flames several months back, the writing should have been on the wall that major changes were coming. Earlier today, the first shoe dropped, as he dismissed General Manager Jay Feaster and Assistant GM John Weisbrod. To nobody’s surprise, the press conference was filled with numwerous fantastic comments from Burke. Take a look…

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  1. It’s about hockey not hair. Have guys looked in the mirror lately. Not much to look at there I would guess. Glass houses give it a rest