The Calgary Flames beat the Arizona Coyotes by a 7-1 score on Sunday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
Over the past few weeks, the Calgary Flames haven’t been great but they’ve managed to win. On Sunday night against the Arizona Coyotes, they were probably the best they’ve been in a month. The Flames got contributions from everybody en route to a 7-1 win over Arizona.
In a game where Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano celebrated a big milestone, a Flames rookie hit a milestone of his own. Andrew Mangiapane had an assist on the Flames’ first goal in their game against the Arizona Coyotes on Sunday night for his first National Hockey League point.
Winners of four consecutive games, the Calgary Flames (29-13-4, 62 points) hope to continue their winning ways – but look better doing so – tonight at the Saddledome. They host the Arizona Coyotes (20-21-3, 43 points), who played last night in Edmonton.
Calgary Flames captain Mark Giordano will hit a fairly major milestone tonight when he suits up against the Arizona Coyotes. It will be Giordano’s 800th regular season game in the National Hockey League. As we look forward to his big game, we take a look back at some past milestones and just what he’s meant…