November 16 2015 12:00PM
Coming into this past weekend, Calgary and Montreal's CWHL teams were at the top of the league. They were the only still undefeated teams; the Brampton Thunder, Toronto Furies, and Boston Blades already having suffered losses at their hands.
Over the weekend's two-game series, both fought to establish dominance, resulting in one close game - and one that left a bit more to be desired.
November 16 2015 10:00AM
When your team has lost six of its last seven and have only won three games on the season, it’s tough to find positives and remain optimistic.
Fortunately for Heat fans, Freddie Hamilton has provided a small glimmer of hope for a team waist deep in a bog of frustration and losing. He’s a glimmer of hope of what fans would like to see the Stockton Heat become when and if they figure out how to play a complete game – and that’s just what Hamilton provides, a complete game.
November 16 2015 08:00AM
I'm covering for Ari this morning as she was eaten alive by baby puppies.
Lost somewhere between Washington, D.C. and Chicago is whatever allowed the Flames to beat the Capitals the other night. This game wasn't really close to begin with, as Chicago in typical fashion controlled it from almost every possible vantage point.
Though the team did manage to show flickers of life, it was unlikely from the get-go that the Flames really had a chance in this one.
November 15 2015 10:04PM
So, how's everyone doing?
Tonight, the Calgary Flames polished off their four-game road trip tonight in Chicago. Despite playing a Blackhawks team that suited up last night, in a different city, and played a tough, emotional game against St. Louis, the Flames lost 4-1. Aside from a brief stretch of the early second period when they had a 1-0 lead, the Flames weren't ever really in this game.
With the loss, the Flames head home with a 6-12-1 record through 19 games.
November 15 2015 12:00PM
Well, it's come down to this: the Calgary Flames are capping off their four-game, eight-day sojourn through the United States tonight with a meeting with the reigning and defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Chicago Blackhawks.
Some of the most memorable road hockey moments of the past few seasons for the Calgary Flames have happened in Chicago. Who could forget Reto Berra's miraculous first game in the NHL in Chicago back in November 2013? Or Jonas Hiller's 49-save first Flames win in Chicago last October? The Blackhawks (9-7-1) are a damn good team, but they played last night against St. Louis and may be tired. It's something the Flames (6-11-1) will need to try to take advantage of if they want to return home with a .500 record on this trip.
The puck drops just after 6:30pm MT on Sportsnet One (with Rick Ball and Kelly Hrudey) and Sportsnet 960 The Fan!