Calgary Flames where are they now: #63 Warren Peters

03.14.2009 -- Leafs VS. Flames -- Calgary Flames' Warren Peters and Toronto Maple Leafs' Ben Ondrus fight during the secondt period of NHL action at the Air Canada Centre where the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Calgary Flames. (Photo by Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
03.14.2009 -- Leafs VS. Flames -- Calgary Flames' Warren Peters and Toronto Maple Leafs' Ben Ondrus fight during the secondt period of NHL action at the Air Canada Centre where the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Calgary Flames. (Photo by Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star via Getty Images) /
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There are only 63 days left until the season starts! Let’s play “Where are they now?” with a guy who didn’t spend a lot of time with the Calgary Flames, Warren Peters.

It’s time for another edition of “Where are they now?” featuring a player who didn’t play a whole lot with the Calgary Flames, or in the NHL in general. With 63 days left until the season starts, let’s look at #63 Warren Peters.

Peters went undrafted before signing as a free agent with the Flames in 2005. He played with their AHL team for a few years, where he wore the “C” for two seasons and was somewhat of a notorious hitter and fighter, racking up 133 PIM in his first season. Some hits weren’t always clean, but he still managed to be named a captain.

In 2008-09, Peters played in just 16 games with the Calgary Flames where he put up one goal and 12 PIM.

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After that season, Peters left the Flames. Since then, he’s played for three different NHL clubs, splitting his time between the AHL and the NHL. The last hockey club he played for was the SonderjyskE Haderslev, the league in Denmark, in 2014-15. However, he played in just one shortened season for the club. He wasn’t brought back, most likely due to a dangerous hit he laid on Lasse Bang, resulting in Bang slamming his face to the ice and laying down bloodied in game 3 of the finals.

Peters was suspended for six games and was heavily criticized for the hit.

Since then, Peters now resides back in Omaha, where he began his NHL career and joined the Flames’ AHL affiliate, the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights (who have an awesome logo, by the way). He now works as a Realtor in Omaha.

Peters played quite a short NHL career, playing in just 96 games over a span of four years and having just four goals. He never quite found his offence at the NHL level, but he was never that offensively gifted, even in his junior level days.

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