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After seven consecutive seasons out of the playoffs, the Calgary Flames returned to glory in 2004, surprising the hockey world by defeating all three Western Conference division champions to become the first Canadian team in a decade to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. Both Ramage and Wamsley were seldom used in the Calgary Flames only Stanley Cup victory in 1989. On March 7, 1988, the Calgary Flames traded away young future super-star Brett Hull along with Steve Bozek to the St. Louis Blues for Rob Ramage and Rick Wamsley. The Calgary Flames failed to earn 90 points in the regular season only once from 1984 to 1991, but were usually unable to transfer that success into a deep playoff run. The Calgary Flames had their first 100-point season in 1987-88, earning the President's Trophy for having the league's best record in the process, but were swept by the Oilers in the second round. The Calgary Flames missed the playoffs entirely in 1992 for the first time since 1975, while they were still in Atlanta. The Calgary Flames were also victims of their own early success, which resulted in several low draft picks. The Calgary Flames were the result of the NHL's first preemptive strike against the upstart World Hockey Association.
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