The Calgary Flames beat the Winnipeg Jets by a 4-1 score on Thursday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames headed to Winnipeg on Thursday night to kick off the post-holiday portion of their schedule. Despite a sleepy start to the game, the Flames got timely goals and strong goaltending en route to a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
All four Calgary Flames prospects involved in the 2019 World Junior Championship were in action on Thursday. For the convenience of all, they were involved in the same game as Sweden played Slovakia in Group B action in Victoria.
Our friends working the city hall beat are conducting their year-end interviews with local politicians to close out 2018. 660 News’ chat with Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi included some optimism from Calgary’s city hall head honcho that an arena deal might be on the horizon in 2019.
The presents have been unwrapped and now it’s time to get back to work. The Calgary Flames (22-12-3, 47 points) are back in action tonight in what’s bound to be a heck of a hockey game as they visit the Winnipeg Jets (24-10-2, 50 points). It’s the top team in the Pacific against the top…
On Oct. 25, the Flames had, undoubtedly, their worst moment of the season: they lost 9-1 to the Penguins and, in typical blowout fashion, looked pathetic while doing so. Compounding matters it was their 10th game of the year, and they’d only looked like a middling team up to that point – and, indeed, being…
The Calgary Flames are represented by four players split between Slovakia and Sweden at the 2019 World Junior Championship. The Flames representatives faced a split result in a pair of close games on the first day of round robin play.
The 2019 World Junior Championship kicks off today in Vancouver and Victoria. The Calgary Flames are well-represented in this year’s event, with four prospects suiting up in pursuit of a gold medal. The Flames organization has had a ton of representation at the event in recent years.
Happy Boxing Day! As the best prospects from around the world play for their country in hockey’s most exciting annual international tournament, let’s finish our three-part series (part 1, part 2) revisiting who we thought were the Flames’ best prospects.
Merry Christmas to all of our readers. Hopefully, you asked Santa for FlamesNation to review their 2018 top 20 prospects list, specifically prospects 20-11. If you did that, well I have some good news for you.
It’s totally cliche and absolutely lacking any originality as a concept, but I’m a total nerd for this time of year. As such, in no particular order, here’s our 2018 Christmas Wishlist for the Flames!
As we head into the Christmas break, we have a few boring hockey-less days to deal with. With players heading home and rosters frozen in place, there’s a bit of radio silence with regards to NHL hockey for the upcoming week. Of course, we have to specify NHL hockey, as the most important international tournament…