May 10 2015 11:23PM
I'm here for you guys. That was rough.
Flames fall 3-2 in Overtime to Corey Perry and the Ducks. It was a close game and the Flames probably deserved to lose it, but that doesn't feel to good right now. Let's hold each other after the jump.
May 10 2015 10:58PM
If you happened to go to the movies, had an extra-long brunch or otherwise had it slip your mind, the Calgary Flames are battling the Anaheim Ducks tonight in Game 5 of their Western Conference Semi-Final series.
After 60 minutes of play, the game is tied at 2-2. The Flames will attempt to keep their season alive in sudden-death overtime.
May 10 2015 07:15PM
Calgary is on the brink, so this might be the final mailbag article of the 2014-15 season. Even if the Flames ultimately fall to the Ducks in the second round, it's been one hell of a ride.
Where does the org go from here though? Most of this week's questions are concerned with this topic. After the jump, we get into Bouma's contract extension, what the Flames should prioritize this summer and whether they can use picks to plug some holes at the draft.
May 10 2015 09:00AM
Well, it's come down to this. Tonight is the first time this post-season - and the second time overall this season after the Kings game in April - that the Calgary Flames are entering a game with their survival on the line. Tonight, they can be eliminated from the playoffs by the Anaheim Ducks.
The Ducks are a good team. We've all seen that over the eight post-season games they've played so far this year. They've only lost once, to a Flames team that played balls to the wall and eked out a thrilling Game 3 victory at the 'Dome. In Anaheim, Calgary's seemed out-matched. Heck, for the majority of the series, the Flames have been out-matched.
The question is thus: how much do the Calgary Flames have left in the tank? Do they have what it takes to steal a game in Anaheim and force Game 6 back in Calgary? Or is tonight the last stand for this year's Flames?
Puck drop is just after 8pm MT on Sportsnet West and Sportsnet 960 The Fan!
May 09 2015 02:00PM
The Calgary Flames lost last night, dropping a crucial 4-2 decision at home to the Anaheim Ducks.
The numbers can provide a bit of insight into what, exactly, went wrong.