VIDEO: One-on-one with Calgary Flames sniper Michael Cammalleri

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Michael Cammalleri definitely didn’t have the type of season he was hoping for in 2011-12. After battling through an early-season injury and slump he was traded from Montreal to Calgary on January 12 for Rene Bourque.

But Cammalleri isn't disturbed by the trials he faced last season and is focused on helping the Flames get back to the playoffs.

THN's Ryan Kennedy caught up with the Flames sniper at the annual Biosteel camp in Aurora, Ont.

REPORTER: Ryan Kennedy | PRODUCER: Ted Cooper

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