Then: Rookie sparkplug scored five playoff goals. Three game-winners.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Owner/operator of Fleury's Concrete Coatings.
Then: Registered 11 post-season tallies, including Cup-clincher.
Now: Head coach for the Ontario Hockey League's Kingston Frontenacs.
Then: Shifty Czech centre used sparingly during playoff drive.
Now: European-based regional scout for the Dallas Stars.
Then: Returned during final wearing removable cast on broken right hand.
Now: Co-owner and GM of Ontario Hockey League's London Knights.
Then: Calgary's all-time penalty minutes king had an 'A' on his jersey.
Now: Assistant coach for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Then: Skilled Swede Flames' most consistent scoring threat in first round.
Now: President of reigning champion Farjestad BK in Swedish Elite League.
Then: Conn Smythe recipient first blueliner to win playoff scoring crown.
Now: Vice-president of hockey operations for the St. Louis Blues.
Then: Trade deadline addition provided gritty veteran presence on wing.
Now: Director of player personnel for the Washington Capitals.
Then: Plus-10 rating was tops among Flames defencemen in post-season.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Part-owner of car dealership in Orangeville, Ont.
Then: Veteran co-captain capped Hall of Fame career with goal in decisive game.
Now: Lives in Calgary. An employee of Baker Hughes oilfield company and a fixture on the charity hockey circuit.
Then: 'Sarge' had a reputation as one of the league's most dependable defenders.
Now: Assistant coach for the Detroit Red Wings.
Then: Lady Byng Trophy winner had franchise-record 16 playoff goals.
Now: Assistant coach for the Philadelphia Flyers.
Then: Flames' youngest blueliner paired up with Al MacInnis.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Working in sales for a custom millworks company.
Then: Unheralded defenceman hoisted Stanley Cup on 27th birthday.
Now: Part-owner/coach of Stoney Creek Junior B Warriors in Hamilton, Ont.
Then: Sophomore centre was Calgary's third-leading playoff goal-scorer.
Now: Special assistant to the general manager for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Then: Overtime hero in Game 7 of opening-round series against Vancouver.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Assistant coach for the WHL's Hitmen.
Then: Defensive specialist and wife, Sherry, welcomed first daughter during semifinal series.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Serves as president of Just In-Case Fire Ltd.
Then: Rugged co-captain racked up team-high 75 PIMs on playoff run.
Now: Calgary-based businessman organized Calgary/Edmonton joint bid to host 2012 world juniors.
Then: First Soviet-trained player awarded a Stanley Cup ring.
Now: Assistant coach for MHC Krylya Sovetov (Soviet Wings) in Russian Supreme League.
Then: Provided steady, veteran presence and unexpected offensive spark from back-end.
Now: Embroiled in legal troubles. Currently appealing four-year sentence for impaired driving causing death.
Then: Lanky winger established reputation as a true playoff warrior.
Now: Announced retirement in March after being waived by Tampa Bay Lightning.
Then: Spare blueliner suited up for only one post-season contest.
Now: Colour analyst for Washington Capitals' radio broadcasts.
Then: Talented rearguard suffered broken jaw in opening-round series.
Now: Coaching with the Northern Wisconsin Blizzards AAA hockey program.
Then: All-star puck-stopper posted three playoff shutouts and quashed talk he couldn't win the big one.
Now: Lives in Calgary. Special assistant to the VP of hockey operations for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Then: Backup goalie provided dose of humour and solid insurance policy between pipes.
Now: Assistant/goaltending coach for the St. Louis Blues.