You mean Kipper bailed his team out of a listless road game? AGAIN!? Well I never.
I have always marveled at minor league baseball and the unique, zany, outlandish and absolute genius game promotions they dream up. And I want you guys to dream up some zany promotions as well, but we’ll get to that further down the post.
Welcome to the seventh Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 55th game of the season on Feb. 12, 2009.
Even if the Flames weren’t mediocre on the road and lousy at back-to-backs (they are and…they are), the Los Angeles Kings aren’t a guaranteed two points anymore. In fact, I consider them a burgeoning heavy-weight that is probably a season or two out from making noise in the league.
That’s a tough one to swallow.
Welcome to the sixth Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 54th game of the season on Feb. 11, 2009.
…one of these things just plain sucks. Im going to forgo talking about the Ducks in this pre-game; we saw them just a few games ago and little has changed since then. Watch out for Getzlaf, Perry and Ryan (in that order). Don’t worry too much about Selanne at even-strength. etc. No, this post will…
Well that was unexpected.
Welcome to the fifth Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 53rd game of the season on Feb. 7, 2009.
It’s the Blurst of times for the Canadiens and Flames right now. Calgary has just finished losing 4 straight for the first time this season, sullying many of the sky-high expectations they had built over the prior two months.
To be fair, the Flames are a streaky team, but this losing skid, which Anaheim stretched to four games yesterday afternoon, is the longest of the year. Unfortunately, things aren’t going to get much easier.
Welcome to the fourth Game Day Fire Drill, for this, Calgary’s 52nd game of the season on Feb. 7, 2009.