FlamesNation mailbag: let’s fix the Flames

The Calgary Flames are, to phrase it nicely, a little bit rough right now. They’re in the midst of a losing skid, haven’t scored in six and a half periods and have crash-landed back at the .500 mark. Let’s fix the team.


Flames crash back to .500 after rough third period

The Calgary Flames lost on Sunday night in Las Vegas by a 3-0 score. The team continued their rough stretch, losing their fourth game in a row and third consecutive regulation contest. The loss dropped them to the .500 mark with a 10-10-3 record.


Post-Game Wrap-Up: A pointless trip to Vegas

The Calgary Flames visited T-Mobile Arena for the sixth time ever on Sunday night. For the sixth time in a row, they lost. The Flames dropped a 6-0 hockey game to the Vegas Golden Knights to crash back down to the .500 mark.


FGD 23: The house always wins (5pm MT, SN West)

Just 24 hours after a tough loss in Glendale, the Calgary Flames (10-9-3, 23 points) are back at it to complete their short two game road trip. Tonight, they’re in scenic Paradise, Nevada to face the Vegas Golden Knights (9-9-3, 21 points). The Flames are playing their second game in as many days and have…


Post-Game Wrap-Up: That escalated quickly

The Calgary Flames had a decent start to their Saturday afternoon date with the Arizona Coyotes. Unfortunately key gaffes in the second period came back to haunt them and they skated to a disappointing 3-0 loss to the Coyotes.


16 years ago today, Miikka Kiprusoff came to Calgary

Way, way back in 2003, the Calgary Flames were a gritty team with some supremely inconsistent goaltending. On this day in 2003, general manager Darryl Sutter tried to find some consistency via a trade with the San Jose Sharks for third string goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff.


FGD 22: A trip to the desert (2pm MT, SN Flames)

After a tumultuous couple of games, the Calgary Flames (10-8-3, 23 points) get back into game action and hit the road in the first half of a weekend-long back to back stretch. First up? The Arizona Coyotes (11-7-2, 24 points), who the Flames narrowly beat a few games ago. The puck drops at 2 p.m….


Flames have salary cap flexibility, for a little while

The Calgary Flames will be without TJ Brodie for an undetermined period of time following his fainting spell. However, his absence has a bit of a silver lining as placing a second player on the long term injury reserve has given the club the most salary cap flexibility they’ve had all season.


Flames at Coyotes 11/16/19 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames will be looking to put the brakes on a two-game losing streak as they travel to the desert to face the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday as opening +109 underdogs on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Calgary closed out a four-game homestand with a…