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Flames give Glencross four-year deal @NHLdotcom
Curtis Glencross put up career-best numbers during the 2010-11 season, and on Monday the 28-year-old Calgary Flames forward received his reward.

The Flames have given Glencross a four-year contract worth $10.2 million dollars. A native of Kindersley, Saskatchewan, he produced 24 goals and 43 points in 79 games this past season, his third in Calgary.

"I thought it was a real launching pad for Curtis this season," said Jay Feaster, who was officially named General Manager of the Flames on Monday after serving as Acting GM since late December. "I thought you saw his confidence grow as the season went on."

An undrafted free agent, Glencross has posted career totals of 68 goals and 142 points in 291 regular-season games for the Ducks, Blue Jackets, Oilers and Flames.

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