February 26 2012 07:47PM
With the Flames dropping a few games in a row and falling to 11th in the West but still within striking distance of a playoff spot, it's hard to guess what will happen tomorrow. And judging from the conflicting messages Jay Feaster has sent the last few days, Calgary's management isn't too sure either.
February 26 2012 11:00AM
It was trade deadline eve, eve this Saturday and all of hockey fans thoughts turned to rumors and speculation. Monday will likely turn out to be slightly less interesting for Oilers faithful now that Hemsky has signed, but that doesn't mean they and some of the other Nations teams won't be making a move or two. This week, Allan investigates what the Jets, Flames, Leafs and Canucks are thinking heading into the frenzy.
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February 25 2012 11:46PM
Holding 3-0 and 4-3 leads in another hugely important game should usually translate to two points. It did translate to a single point on Saturday night, but the story will likely be another coughed up advantage for the Calgary Flames, leading to a 5-4 shootout loss at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers. Thanks to the out of town scoreboard, the Flames lost ground on most of their Western Conference playoff foes.
February 25 2012 11:12PM
Final Score - 5-4 SOL
February 25 2012 07:00PM
With the Flames losers in two, things have become even more crowded in the chase for the final playoff spot in the West. The Stars currently hold down the 8th spot (68 points) with Calgary, Colorado and LA all sitting two back with 66. The Avs and Kings are on their way to winning tonight as I type this, so if the club doesn't want to find themselves chasing three teams instead of one come the trade deadline, they'll have to find a way to knock off the Flyers this evening.