The Calgary Inferno had another successful weekend against the Markham Thunder. But before that, there has been some news surrounding the team.
Following a weekend of back-to-back games that saw the Flames have to get creative with their roster due to various injuries and suspensions, the Flames have made another roster move: they’ve swapped noted tough guys and/or spark plugs Anthony Peluso and Ryan Lomberg, bringing Lomberg back to the NHL while sending Peluso down to Stockton.
The Calgary Flames made a lot of roster moves this past weekend with several key bodies unavailable due to injury or suspension. With Mark Giordano available for Wednesday’s game against Philadelphia, the Flames have returned Rinat Valiev to the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey League.
A foggy day… in Stockton Town, Time to focus… and buckle down.
The Calgary Flames’ most potent offensive weapon has been honoured by the National Hockey League for his productivity. Johnny Gaudreau has been named the NHL’s third Star of the Week.
The Flames are currently battling injuries and suspensions to major roster pieces, but the silver lining is that there are some prospects who have stepped up in place, and looked like they belong. As the lineup progresses (slowly) to full health, we probe into the question: who gets to stay?
It’s wild how the Flames somehow lost a 1-1 game.
The Calgary Flames lost to the Edmonton Oilers by a 1-0 score on Sunday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.