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Flames goaltender Markstrom again on energetic roster after being sidelined for two weeks

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Calgary Flames beginning goaltender Jacob Markstrom was taken off the harm reserve listing and returned to the energetic roster on Sunday.

33-year-old has been out since breaking finger on Dec. 4

Flames goaltender Jacob Markstrom (25) was added to the energetic roster on Sunday after being sidelined since Dec. 4 with a damaged finger. (George Walker IV/AP Picture through The Canadian Press/File)

Calgary Flames beginning goaltender Jacob Markstrom was taken off the harm reserve listing and returned to the energetic roster on Sunday.

He had been sidelined since breaking a finger in follow on Dec. 4.

In a corresponding transfer, the Flames returned goaltender Dustin Wolf and defenceman Ilya Solovyov to the Calgary Wranglers of the American Hockey League.

Earlier than the harm, the 33-year-old Markstrom posted a 6-8-2 document with a 2.94 goals-against common and an .896 save proportion this season.

Wolf and Dan Vladar assumed the duties in aim throughout Markstrom’s absence, and the Flames have been 2-3-2 through the stretch.

Markstrom is 198-181-57 with 18 shutouts, a 2.73 GAA and a .909 save proportion in 14 seasons with the Florida Panthers, Vancouver Canucks and Flames.

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