October 22 2013 02:31PM
After a scrappy win in Los Angeles, the Calgary Flames hit the road once again as they engage in the fourth game of their five-game road trip. Tonight, they visit Arizona to play the Phoenix Coyotes.
This is the first of five meetings between the two new divisional rivals. By sheer coincidence, all three of Calgary's visits to Phoenix will be on the back end of back-to-back games on the road. The two teams played three times last year, with Calgary winning two of three and the home team winning every game.
October 22 2013 10:14AM
It's been a busy week in the world of Calgary Flames, with the big club playing twice, the AHL club playing three games in three nights, the ECHL kicking off and basically every other affiliate and draft pick in action.
Here's your weekly look at what you need to know to start your week.
October 21 2013 11:44PM
Smarting from a pair of losses in two earlier games in California, the Flames headed back south to Los Angeles hoping that the City of Angels would finally give them a better ending than their games with Anaheim or San Jose. And moreover, the team's coaching staff probably hoped for a better effort level from their club, especially after recalling a pair of new bodies hoping to get into the line-up.
Oh, and Mike Cammalleri joined the Flames for this game. That may be important later...
October 20 2013 02:21PM
After a pair of tough losses, the Calgary Flames have made a handful of roster moves in preparation for their game with the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night.
Per the AHL's website, the Flames have assigned defenseman Derek Smith and forward Blair Jones to the AHL's Abbotsford Heat. They have also summoned defenseman Chris Breen and forward Roman Horak from the Heat.
October 16 2013 11:07PM
The Calgary Flames, having lost in 16 previous visits to Anaheim's Honda Center, headed back to the O.C. with visions of victory in their head. However, a sub-par start to the game put the Flames behind the proverbial eight-ball and the visitors left Disneyland without their prize once again.
But it wasn't all doom and gloom, as the club ended up playing a pretty solid game, albeit for 45 minutes.