New reports out of Calgary indicate that 37 year old Brian Rafalski is set to retire - and if the Flames lose today to the Detroit Red Wings, then today could be the defensemans last game in the HFNHL. Rafalski has been a stalwart on the back end for the Flames and one of the few players who has played well for the entire playoffs. He leads the team with an average of 31 minutes of ice time per game and is plus two with four points. If Rafalski does retire, he'll have played 189 regular season games for the Flames, scoring 80 points. Rafalski has 12 playoff points in 27 playoff games for the Flames. Rafalski came to the Flames in the 2008/09 season in a deal with the Ducks that saw Paul Martin, Michal Repik and a 2nd round pick (Ryan O'Reilly) go in the other direction.