The Calgary Flames saw their hot streak screech to a halt on Monday night. They put 42 pucks on Jack Campbell, but lost 2-0 to the Los Angeles Kings. Following the loss, they’ve dramatically shaken up their forward lines at Tuesday’s practice.
Playoffs are here! Most of the Flames’ prospects are gearing up for what hopes to be a long and fruitful postseason. It’s not the postseason we’re all looking forward to, but I guess it’s still something.
Despite being in the final stretch of what is likely the second-best regular season in franchise history, Flames goaltending has been a fiercely polarizing topic all season long. While I can’t tell you the conversation is going to die down anytime soon, I can tell you this: Calgary has a difficult goalie decision approaching very…
And, when you factor in context – the best team in the West against the worst, and when the best still has something to play for (first isn’t clinched yet) – it’d probably be fair to also say bad. The Flames have certainly looked better.
The Calgary Flames lost to the Los Angeles Kings by a 3-0 score on Monday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
HBO’s The Wire taught us all that if you come at the king, you best not miss. On Monday night, the Calgary Flames had several opportunities to beat the Los Angeles Kings. But they failed to bury their chances, frequently, en route to a 3-0 setback to the Kings.
The local hockey team can get a step closer to clinching a division title tonight when they host the worst team in their conference.
The Flames have clinched the playoffs, and the division and conference are hopefully soon to come. Without much to talk about, let’s look forward to the playoffs and see how the Flames could approach the postseason.
A pair of Calgary Flames prospects will get an opportunity to take home college hockey’s biggest prize. Freshmen Demetrios Koumontzis and Emilio Pettersen will be participating in the annual NCAA Frozen Four tournament.
The Western Hockey League playoffs have begun and the Calgary Hitmen are taking part. Unfortunately, they have yet to get a win after dropping two games in Lethbridge.
Once again, we saw what happens when a good hockey team plays a significantly worse hockey team: the good team wins. With ease. It’s been like this for most of the season, but it’s still such a delight seeing the Flames be that outstandingly good team.
The Calgary Flames beat the Vancouver Canucks by a 3-1 score on Saturday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.