November 30 2011 02:08PM
Most of the conversation for the past week, or month, or this season, has been centered on whether the Flames could or should trade Jarome Iginla. I’m going to try and stay away from that particular topic in this issue. Instead let’s take a look around and see what else is stoking the fire of Flamesland.
November 22 2011 02:24PM
This is one of the funniest movies known to mankind. The humour is subtle but deliberate and there are more underlying messages than Wilson counts scoring chances in a week’s worth of Flames games. Does this clip remind you of anything or anyone that we talk about often on this site?
November 16 2011 01:51PM
There is the old saying that states "no news is good news", right? That was not the case for the Flames fan base this week, when they finally got the news on what many fans had speculated on and even complained had not happened yet. In addition to that, the fans were pretty much unanimous in agreement and saying, "Finally...", when the core received the media's version of 40 lashes in the town's square that left a bitter taste in the mouths of the players... publically at least.
November 10 2011 02:52PM
Unfortunately this is a story that is becoming all too familiar. The Flames tendency to take one step forward and then one, or even two, steps back is starting to take its toll on many people. There are more questions arising each day than answers can be provided. What has me scratching my head is that if the fans, players, coaches and management are all asking the same thing... then why the hell isn't something being done about it? The buck stops somewhere eventually and when it does, the sounds of the death knell may not be too far behind.
November 03 2011 11:40AM
So here we are ten games, and a month into the season. As Kent pointed out in his article, Calgary has shown more areas that they need improvement in than they have excelled at. The PP being the obvious focus, and the inability to move around in the offensive zone to create better scoring chances with the man advantage, left Kent and many more of us with frustrating feelings and apparently hostile desires towards our T.V.'s. The Roman Statue reference was a suiting one I thought.