With Jay Feaster as the acting general manager and Darryl Sutter out of a job, anything could happen depending on what Feaster thinks is best.
I am happy that this occurred, but I am wondering why didn't this go down in the summer when Feaster could have made some trades and adjustments? I am in agreement with Eric Francis who wrote an article that in summary said that by signing Olli Jokinen, Sutter was the antagonist to his story of being a GM.
Without the push from management Darryl probably would have never left and Ken King would have never "asked" him to. The Flames are a long way from being any where near a playoff spot worth trying to get however Sutter probably thought otherwise.
In my opinion Jay Feaster is just what this club needs to turn around. He's very optimistic and knows what's going on with the players. His idea to allow the player's to play their music loudly after games and having the media in a different room would be unspoken of under Darryl Sutter. Involving the other personnel with the decisions of trades and such, wonderful; Sutter most likely didn't.
What happens to the Flames in the near future, only God really knows.
"Don't worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank Him for all He has done." -Philippians 4:6 NLT ( New Living Translation)