After two days off, the Calgary Flames returned to game action on Wednesday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome. But the Flames were a bit flat early on and despite another third period comeback, they lost 4-3 in overtime to the Dallas Stars.
Some relatively big Calgary Flames prospect news slipped through the cracks over the weekend. The Norwegian Ice Hockey Association announced that 2018 draft pick Mathias Emilio Pettersen will represent them at the upcoming Division 1A World Junior Championship.
After a couple days off, the Calgary Flames (14-9-1, 29 points) are back in action as they host the Dallas Stars (12-10-3, 27 points) at the Scotiabank Saddledome. The Flames are well-rested, while the Stars played last night in Edmonton.
With a few injuries on the back end, the Calgary Flames have summoned defenseman Dalton Prout from his American Hockey League conditioning stint.
Let’s take a moment and get a little ahead of ourselves: the Flames have what looks like a stellar group of defencemen, with the added possibility that all of their highly touted prospects work out. That begs the question, then: what will the Flames’ defence look like in the near future?
The Calgary Flames made a minor trade on Tuesday night addressing an organizational need. The club send minor league winger Morgan Klimchuk to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for minor league defenseman Andrew Nielsen.
The Calgary Flames returned to the practice ice on Tuesday morning following their two-game road trip. Arguably the biggest news from the skate involved a player that wasn’t skating: rookie defender Juuso Valimaki.
On April 23, 2013, Miikka Kiprusoff played his final NHL game. Since then, the Flames haven’t seemed to be able to figure out what to do in net.
Have you looked at the Pacific Division lately? If not, you might want to take a closer look at the NHL’s worst grouping of teams. If things continue the way they’ve started, this could be the worst showing from any division since the league switched to its current alignment for the 2013-14 season.
Something about the Calgary Flames and guys whose names start with the letter “M.”
The Calgary Inferno finally returned back home this weekend for another weekend series against Les Canadiennes. With the battle for sole possession of first place in reach, this weekend had a big four points on the line. Let’s check out how the Inferno did.
After a revision by the officials took his milestone away, another has given Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano his 400th career National Hockey League point. Giordano has been credited with a second assist in Sunday afternoon’s 6-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes.