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Glencross put up his second straight two-point game Thursday, scoring a goal to go with an assist and a plus-2 rating in an overtime win against the Avs.

Over his last seven contests, Glencross has accumulated eight points -- three goals and five helpers. He already has more assists in 27 games this year than he totaled in 38 games last year. Staying healthy has been an issue for him, but if he can do so, Glencross has a real chance to clear 40 and maybe even 50 points.

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Glencross picked up a pair of assists in Tuesday's win over the Coyotes.

His surprisingly productive season continues, as Glencross now has 16 points in 26 games -- a scoring pace he's only matched once in his career, back in 2011-12. He's also sitting on a plus-6 rating; after finishing with a minus-13, minus-8 and minus-11 the last three seasons, that's quite the refreshing change of pace if he can keep it up. It helps in that respect that Calgary's defense and goaltending have been shored up this year.

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Glencross ended a nine-game goal drought by scoring his third and fourth goals of the season in Saturday's shootout win over New Jersey.

It was quite the productive night for Glencross, who also had three shots, four hits, and a game-high six takeaways. Known for being consistently inconsistent, the first-liner has now compiled three goals and 10 points in his last 11 games. While he may be streaky, Glencross is known for delivering 20 goals and 40-50 points every season. A solid scorer who won't post outstanding point totals.

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Glencross dished out his fifth assist in six games Thursday but the Flames lost to the Blackhawks 4-3.

Glencross has always been a maddening fantasy player, as he is ridiculously streaky. That being said, with the current roll he's on, now would be a good time to play him.

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Glencross tallied an assist in a 4-1 loss to Carolina on Monday.

Glencross is a streaky player, and now has five points in his last six games. Now would be as good a time as any to put him into your lineup.

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Glencross picked up a goal and an assist in Sunday's 6-2 win over the Canadiens.

Glencross appears to be breaking out of an early season slump that saw him pick up just one point in an eight game span, as he now has three points in the team's last two contests. He won't be challenging for 50 points as he was a few years ago, but he's still worth a flier in deeper leagues.

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Glencross (illness) was back on the ice at morning skate Friday and is expected to play against the Predators, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.

The illness that knocked Glencross out of Thursday's practice wasn't anything worrisome. He'll reunited with Sean Monahan and David Jones on a line and should be on tap to see his usual load of minutes.

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Glencross missed Thursday's practice with an illness, Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun reports.

Coach Bob Hartley said that he still expected Glencross to play Friday against the Predators, so it doesn't sound like the illness is anything to worry about. Glencross has tallied a goal and two assists to go along with 28 hits over 11 games.

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Glencross scored the Flames' lone goal in Saturday's loss to the Blues.

Blues goalie Brian Elliott shut out the Flames for 54 minutes before Glencross collected his 200th NHL point with a power-play tally. It was something of an accomplishment that he managed to pick up a point Saturday, since top-scoring linemate Jiri Hudler was sitting due to an illness.

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Discussions for a new Curtis Glencross deal in Calgary will take place in the next few weeks.

"I've talked to Brad [Treliving, new Flames GM] a few times now and my agent has also been in touch with him numerous times," Glencross said. "The plan is they want to get the ball rolling after the [Aug 1.] arbitration thing with [Joe] Colborne, and get to talking. Hopefully we can get something done sooner rather than later, and not have to worry about a contract during the season." Glencross, 31, put up good offensive numbers through an injury-plagued 2013-14 season, with 12 goals and 24 points in 38 games. From 2010-12, Glencross averaged 25 goals and 45 points a season. Glencross said he took a hometown discount on his current deal (four years at $10.2 million, which expires next July) and isn't really interested in doing it again. "It'll be a little bit different this time around," Glencross said, explaining that the next contract likely will be his final one in the NHL.