Flames v. Stars Postgame: Loser point

RossCreekNation
January 28 2010 01:09AM

Calgary Flames: 3 -- Dion Phaneuf, Jarome Iginla, Olli Jokinen

Dallas Stars: 4 -- Mike Modano, James Neal, Brad Richards

S/O Winner -- Loui Eriksson

The Calgary Flames had a 3-2 lead 5:53 in to the third period, when Rene Bourque took what could only be called a "bone-headed" penalty for a broken stick. All he had to do was drop his stick and there's no call. Jay Bouwmeester took a boarding penalty thirty-five seconds later and the Stars had a two-man advantage, leading to a Brad Richards goal to tie the game. From there, the Flames and Stars went to a shoot-out and what do you know... the Flames lose making them winless in eight.

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GDFD No. 53: "We belong dead"

Ryan Lambert
January 27 2010 05:05PM



Welcome to the Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 53rd game of the season on Jan. 27, 2010.

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RE-UPDATED: Flames recall Backlund

RossCreekNation
January 26 2010 03:40PM

                     

UPDATED @ 1:25pm 01/27/10:

FAN960's Pat Steinberg just sent out the following tweet... So Backlund will play on a line with Glencross and Nystrom tonight. The rest...45-21-12, 16-22-17, 11-33-10. 6:30 start tonight.

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Flames v. Blues Postgame: Still got them no-goal Blues

RossCreekNation
January 26 2010 12:53AM

St. Louis Blues: 2 -- Patrick Berlund [GWG], David Perron

Calgary Flames: ZERO!

After three days to re-group and get ready to push themselves back into a playoff spot, the Flames were all geared up to break a six game winless streak. The recipe - a St. Louis Blues hockey team that sat just six points back of them.

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The No. 1 centre debate (again)

Jean Lefebvre
January 25 2010 07:33PM

Quick -- when was the last time the Calgary Flames made it through an entire season without any braying about the top end of the depth chart at centre?

For some, the debate may go back as far as 20 years, when guys like Gilmour, Nieuwendyk and Otto were the men in the middle at the Saddledome.

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