March 03 2015 01:00PM
The Brier road trip has not been nice to the Calgary Flames. So far, they've lost two games and their captain. Their seven-game trek continues tonight in Philadelphia when they visit the Flyers.
The Flames weren't very good against the Rangers, but they were better against a bad Devils team and a pretty good Islanders team. Hopefully that upward trend continues, because there are points on the table here against a Flyers team that has struggled with inconsistency this season. Giordano or no Giordano, they still have a (small) chance of making the playoffs.
Puck drop is at 5pm MT and the game's on Sportsnet West and Sportsnet 960 The Fan.
March 03 2015 12:00PM
In the midst of all the trade deadline chaos, the fine people at Forbes Magazine released the 2015 edition of their list of the world's wealthiest individuals. Two Calgary Flames owners made their list of those estimated to be the world's billionaires.
March 03 2015 11:00AM
At the very beginning.
March 03 2015 09:00AM
The trade deadline has passed. Mark Giordano is out for the remainder of the season and Curtis Glencross and Sven Baertschi have left the Calgary Flames organization via trades.
Tonight is the first of the final 20 games of the 2014-15 season. Against all odds, the Calgary Flames enter this final stretch in a playoff spot.
Here's what the Flames have left between now and Game 82 on April 11 at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg.
March 02 2015 05:00PM
The 2015 NHL trade deadline will probably be best remembered as the day where the Calgary Flames announced Mark Giordano's season had ended.
That's probably warranted, given that's the single largest news item of the day, but it does overshadow the work done by Brad Treliving and his staff this past week. They had two players that didn't have a future in the organization and turned them into three draft picks in the first three rounds of a deep draft.
Here's a glance at how everything turned out and where we go from here.