The Calgary Flames beat the San Jose Sharks by an 8-5 score on Monday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
You figured that the third and sixth highest scoring teams in the league would give us some fireworks on New Year’s Eve. 8-5, though?
Folks, all indications are that the Calgary Flames will be heading outdoors in 2019. But the Flames’ return to the great outdoors will be taking place in a fairly unique circumstances: October in Regina, Saskatchewan.
It took almost half the season, but at long last, Michael Frolik scored his first assist of the season – and the 200th of his career.
The Calgary Flames (23-12-3, 50 points) have had an up-and-down 2018. But they head into their last game of the calendar in first place in the Pacific Division. If they want to finish 2018 in first place they’ll need a strong performance against the San Jose Sharks (21-12-7, 49 points), who sit one point back…
As was likely expected, the Sunday night tweet from Allan Walsh – agent for Calgary Flames forward Michael Frolik – was the main topic of discussion at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Monday morning. While the club prepared to face the San Jose Sharks, head coach Bill Peters and Frolik both responded to Walsh’s comments.
It’s the end of 2018 – let’s move on from our old anxieties and into the new ones, such as what to do about the PP2, how are we ever going to sign Matthew Tkachuk and David Rittich, and many other fun topics.
Three Calgary Flames prospects were in action on Sunday at the 2019 World Junior Championship. The winless Slovakian team scored early and often en route to a rout over the equally winless Kazakhstan.
It was a relatively quiet off-day for the Calgary Flames on Sunday. But the relative calm was disrupted by a tweet by player agent Allan Walsh regarding his client (and Flames forward) Michael Frolik being a scratch on Saturday night.
The Calgary Flames took to the practice ice on Sunday afternoon to begin preparations for their game on Monday night with the San Jose Sharks. The skate saw a few regulars absent for maintenance reasons, but head coach Bill Peters confirmed his starting netminder for that game.
The 2018 calendar year has been full of mixed emotions for Flames fans. On the one hand, the team choked away a playoff spot in the second half of last season. On the other, the start to this season has been one of the most promising in recent memory and chock-full of exciting moments. With…
Against the Jets, the Flames played mostly poorly, and won due to amazing goaltending. Against the Canucks, they ran into another team’s amazing goaltending – and that nullified most of their scoring chances, and cost them a point.