Flames Scoring Chances - Game 30 vs Nashville Predators

Kent Wilson
December 13 2011 08:44PM

 

 

 

Final Score: 2-1L

Final Summary

Corsi

Head-to-head ice time

Face-offs

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Game 30 - Flames vs Preds Live Chat

Kent Wilson
December 13 2011 05:05PM

There's no mystery with the opponent tonight -  the Predators are one of the lowest scoring teams at ES in the league, but they can do some damage with the man advantage. Avoid the PK and keep things at 5on5 and the Flames should be fine.

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FGD: Doing the Job

Nation World HQ
December 13 2011 11:36AM

The Calgary Flames kick off a four game road trip tonight having won six of their last eight games and playing their best hockey of the season.  Beating teams outside of the "juggernaut" category is exactly what the Flames need to do, and they've done that over the last little bit, asserting their game on their opponents.  Tonight's opponent isn't a world beater either, as Calgary visits Nashville for the first time this season (6 pm, Sportsnet West and Sportsnet 960).

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Flames Misc. - December 13th

Kent Wilson
December 13 2011 10:45AM

 

I'm feverishly working on another project this morning, but I wanted to take some time to note some Flames-related news bumping around the airwaves today.

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Top-5 Russians: Calgary Flames

Kent Wilson
December 12 2011 03:43PM

 

 

By: Andrey Osadchenko

Picking 5 best Russian players for the Flames is pretty easy. There haven't been too many ruskies put on the flaming ‘C’. In fact, in the entire history of the organization, the Flames have had 12 Russian players and only a few of them were able to leave their mark.

Note that this list doesn’t include Igor Kravchuk, because he made the respective Oiler article a little earlier. It's also worth mentioning that the first Soviet player in the NHL, Sergei Priakhin, is not mentioned here either, since in all honesty he had more impact on the history of hockey than on the Flames’ history. It’s a rather twisted irony.

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