FGD: Heavy D

Pat Steinberg
November 03 2011 12:19PM

They call the city of Detroit "The D", and when the Red Wings play host to the Calgary Flames tonight, it seems like the implications are rather heavy for both sides (5:30 pm, Sportsnet West and Sportsnet 960).  Detroit is hoping to snap an uncharacteristic five game losing skid while the Flames remain below the .500 mark following a rough 5-1 loss to Vancouver on Tuesday night.

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Vintage Flame
November 03 2011 11:40AM


So here we are ten games, and a month into the season. As Kent pointed out in his article, Calgary has shown more areas that they need improvement in than they have excelled at. The PP being the obvious focus, and the inability to move around in the offensive zone to create better scoring chances with the man advantage, left Kent and many more of us with frustrating feelings and apparently hostile desires towards our T.V.'s. The Roman Statue reference was a suiting one I thought.

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Vintage Flame
November 01 2011 11:42PM



Despite the two teams both coming into this game with .500 records, the Canucks showed that when they need to, they can bury a team with one foot in the grave. The Flames had put together some much needed wins. Even though they didn't look all that convincing, they had been able to hold on and out last their opposition. That just wasn't going to fly tonight however, and the Canucks made them pay by coming out strong and fast right from the get-go.

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Flames Scoring Chances - Game 10 vs Vancouver Canucks

Kent Wilson
November 01 2011 10:15PM



Final: 5-1L

Final Summary


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Game 10 - Flames vs. Canucks Live Chat

Kent Wilson
November 01 2011 06:54PM

Despite their record, the Canucks remain one of the best teams in the west, if not in the NHL and represent a real test for the Flames at the tail end of this home stand. Calgary is getting some things done mostly on the back of depth players at ES, but it's a "Canucks" class of team that has proven to be the issue these last few, playoff-less years.

There's no reason to believe that the club will suddenly start trading punches with the big boys, but if the Flames are truly to battle for the post-season this year, they'll have to pull a few out against the best in the league once in a while. Perhaps tonight will be one of those times.

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