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March 26, 2013 | 10:56am ET
Flames ready to blow things up

With Jarome Iginla getting a lot of attention these days, the Calgary Flames are expected to move several players between now and the April 3 trade deadline.

Iginla is willing to waive his no-movement clause to the Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, Chicago Blackhawks and Los Angeles Kings.

Outside of Iginla, though, the Flames have several other players a number of teams are interested in.

Forwards Curtis Glencross, Lee Stempniak, Blake Comeau and Alex Tanguay, and defenseman Jay Bouwmeester, Cory Sarich and Anton Babchuk have caught the eyes several teams.

The Detroit Red Wings and Philadelphia Flyers are among the teams interested in Bouwmeester.

Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff could also be moved, for the right price.

Kiprusoff has one-year remaining on his current contract and isn't expected to sign a new contract with the Flames.

According to several reports, the Toronto Maple Leafs have shown an interest in Kiprusoff.

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