Bouma and Ferland In, Jooris and Granlund Out for Game 4

Ryan Pike
May 08 2015 07:39PM

The Calgary Flames have made a single line-up change from Game 3 for tonight's Game 4, but it's a doozy.

Per the NHL's official game sheet for the game, the team has inserted Lance Bouma and Micheal Ferland into the line-up in place of Markus Granlund and Josh Jooris. It's Bouma's first game since April 7, when he was injured blocking a shot against the Arizona Coyotes, and Ferland's first since leaving Game 1 against Anaheim with an upper body injury.

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The Rally Tie

bookofloob
May 08 2015 02:42PM

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We're starting trends here, today, Citizens.

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Bouma and Ferland Are "Game-Time Decisions"

Ryan Pike
May 08 2015 01:00PM

In more good news for a team that pulled another rabbit out of their hat in Game 3, the Calgary Flames may be getting some reinforcements tonight.

Per reports from morning skate, both Lance Bouma and Micheal Ferland were on the ice for the Flames. Bouma took part in line rushes, as he did yesterday, skating with Matt Stajan and David Jones.

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Keegan Kanzig Joins Flames Black Aces

Ryan Pike
May 08 2015 11:00AM

In a move that will likely shock and astound hockey fans throughout the world - or not - the Calgary Hitmen announced yesterday that Keegan Kanzig is staying in town now that the Hitmen season is over. He'll be joining the Calgary Flames as a black ace and be an extra body for the secondary practice group.

And they didn't even need to spring for airfare, as he's moving from just down the hall.

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FGD Round 2, Game 4: The Swing Game (7:30pm MT, SN West)

Ryan Pike
May 08 2015 09:00AM

With their season very much up in the air on Tuesday night, the Calgary Flames stepped up and seized Game 3 with a 4-3 overtime victory - fueled very much by a late-game push while the Anaheim Ducks faded in the third. Now with the series lead for the Ducks trimmed to just 2-1, this is the biggest game of the season.

A win, and Calgary goes back to Disneyland with the series knotted up at 2-2. A loss, and the Ducks fly home with a 3-1 series lead and a chance to end the series on Sunday night in Anaheim.

The Flames were decent in Game 2 and pretty good in Game 3, and got better as Game 3 progressed. The Ducks will likely try to match Calgary's desperation. They're a deep team, and a smart team. The Flames will need to play a very strategic, intelligent, intense game in order to pull another victory out.

Puck drop is just after 7:30pm MT on Sportsnet West and Sportsnet 960 The Fan.

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