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Iginla, assistant coach argue during a video session

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TSN.ca Staff
4/16/2008 6:46:32 PM
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Calgary Flames assistant coach Rich Preston and Flames captain Jarome Iginla got into a very heated argument during a video session Wednesday morning.

The argument was based on a disagreement between coach and captain over coverage in Game 4 Tuesday night.

Flames coach Mike Keenan acknowledges the argument took place and admits it was heated but says Iginla later apologized and the two were put into a room together to settle their differences.  ''All brothers scrap,'' Keenan joked.  ''However, that doesn't mean then don't care for each other, in fact it' the opposite,'' he told TSN.ca.

''It's no big deal."

The Flames fell to the Sharks in Game 4 after Joe Thornton scored the winner with 9.4 seconds remaining in regulation, bringing the best-of-seven Western Conference quarterfinal series to a deadlock at 2-2 heading into Thursday's Game 5 in San Jose.

Calgary Flames (Photo: Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

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