Flames 2010-11 Quarter pole Roundtable

Kent Wilson
November 25 2010 05:31PM

 

 

(As usual, Robert Cleave and Pat Steinberg were good enough to provide some interesting answers to my rather un-interesting questions. It was tough to veer away from inquiries like "how many effigies have burned of Sutter so far?", but we managed - KW)

1.) The Flames are 14th in the WC through the first 21 games. Is there any positives team-wise so far?

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Some Positive Spin

Kent Wilson
November 25 2010 09:32AM

OTTAWA, ON - FEBRUARY 9: Niklas Hagman #11 of the Calgary Flames celebrates his goal against the Ottawa Senators with his teammates Robyn Regher #28,Matt Stajan #18 and Jarome Iginla #12 in a game at Scotiabank Place on February 9, 2010 in Ottawa, Canada. The Calgary Flames and the Ottawa Senators are tied 1-1 after one period. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)

 

(Puck Prospectus' Robert Vollman tries to distract us all from the Flames lousy November with his recent numbers-based offering)

Down in the dumps about the losing skid and need some good news? After the downright heresy of suggesting that Lanny McDonald’s and Mike Vernon’s numbers shouldn’t have been retired, I felt I owed you one, so I’m going to share two pieces of good news.

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Postgame: Zzzzzzzzz

Pat Steinberg
November 24 2010 08:55PM

That was as uneventful a hockey game as we've seen involving the Flames this season, and that includes a 3-0 loss to Florida early on in the season.  Calgary's 2-1 shootout loss to the Devils on Wednesday night was difficult to watch, and the end result was either positive or negative...the negative, a third straight loss for the Flames.  The positive...they earned a point.

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Flames Scoring Chances - Game 21 versus New Jersey

Kent Wilson
November 24 2010 08:30PM

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20313

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Game No. 21: Speak of.. these guys

Ryan Lambert
November 24 2010 03:24PM



Well now I don't know what to think.

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