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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Brent Sutter
The cattle on Darryl Sutter's 3,000-acre farm southeast of Edmonton need his attention about now. He's also supposed to be planting oats, barley, wheat and canola to feed the livestock, including 290 calves born in the last year.
Tom Renney is out as coach of the Edmonton Oilers.
Brent Sutter wasn't out of work for long.
Brent Sutter is out as coach of the Calgary Flames.
Brent Sutter is out as coach of the Calgary Flames, who failed to make the playoffs in his three seasons with the team.
The Calgary Flames were experienced and expensive the past two seasons.
With his team's record among the worst in the Western Conference, Darryl Sutter resigned as general manager of the Calgary Flames on Tuesday.
Roughly one week after Brett Sutter was jailed following a bar fight, his father traded him away.
Team Canada head coach Brent Sutter, right, explains a drill to players during the start of world juniors selection camp in Toronto on Friday, Dec. 13, 2013.
"After discussions with Jay since the season ended, it was in the best interest of the organization and myself to part ways," Sutter said. "I wish the Calgary Flames all the best."