The Calgary Flames beat the Colorado Avalanche by a 6-5 score on Thursday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames returned home from a successful road trip where they played some stingy, low-scoring hockey. They played similarly on Thursday night and beat the Colorado Avalanche 6-5 in a wild, high-scoring game.
If you followed the Calgary Flames for any length of time during their glory days, it’s likely that Peter Maher was the soundtrack to your memories of the franchise. After a few years relaxing in retirement, he’s written a book (with George Johnson) that captures the spirit of some of the biggest Flames moments.
It’s November! The Calgary Flames (7-5-1, 15 points) kick the month off with a big game against a Western Conference foe, the Colorado Avalanche (7-3-2, 16 points). After three consecutive strong outings, can the Flames keep things rolling along?
It was a quiet week for the Calgary Hitmen with only a pair of games. But the club worked on some off-ice business, completing a pair of trades.
Synonymous with Calgary weather, the Flames had an inconsistent October. The opening month of the 2018-19 season featured the highest of highs, like beating the Vancouver Canucks in the home opener, and the lowest of lows, like the crushing 9-1 defeat on home ice to the Pittsburgh Penguins. After adding several new key pieces this…