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May 31, 2012 | 11:07pm ET
Flames have more decisions to make

Having named Bob Hartley as their new head coach, the Flames are now faced with several difficult decisions, some of which revolve around their top players.

According to the Calgary Sun, everyone, including captain Jarome Iginla and goalie Miikka Kiprusoff, must be part of the team's internal discussion.

Flames GM Jay Feaster wants to rebuild the roster and if that means entertaining the idea of moving his best players, he seems willing to consider it.

The Sun suggests center Olli Jokinen won't be brought back, having been replacing by Roman Cervenka, but that's merely the first of many moves that should occur in Calgary.

It's uncertain if Feaster will actually entertain offers for Iginla, but if the Flames open the doors, the veteran star will have the final say in where he ends up.

Iginla has a no-trade clause and can veto any deal that's made without his consent.

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