After a disappointing loss in Boston on Thursday night, the Calgary Flames (25-13-4, 54 points) are back at it in an afternoon affair from the City of Brotherly Love. The Flames are matched up against the Philadelphia Flyers (15-20-5, 35 points), a team best known this season for their wacky mascot and revolving door of…
The Calgary Flames will have a second representative at the 2019 NHL All-Star Game. By virtue of being the bench boss of his division’s top team at the halfway mark of the season, Flames head coach Bill Peters will coach the Pacific Division.
It took six seven-game segments this season for the Flames to finally fail to get a clear win. Well, it was a good run. In their first seven-game segment, they were 4-3-0. In their second, they improved to 4-2-1. In their third, they were once again 4-3-0. In their fourth, they improved to 5-1-1. In their…
Playing a good team on the second of a back-to-back can result in a loss, but the Flames were in it right until the end. It doesn’t count for much – literally – but it maybe should count for something figuratively.
The Calgary Flames lost to the Boston Bruins by an 6-4 score on Thursday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames played some good hockey for much of Thursday night’s game against the Boston Bruins. But a combination of some rough special terms performances and some iffy goaltending saw them skate away with a 6-4 loss to the Bruins at TD Garden.
The Calgary Flames sent Curtis Lazar to the American Hockey League to open this season, with the thought that he could establish himself as a high-end minor league talent and eventually return to the National Hockey League. The plan is working fairly well so far, as Lazar has been named the Stockton Heat’s representative in…
After a comeback victory in Detroit on Wednesday evening, the Calgary Flames (25-12-4, 54 points) will need to be sharper when they visit the Boston Bruins (22-14-4, 48 points). The Bruins are a deep, rested team who are coming off a big win in the Winter Classic on New Year’s Day.
The Calgary Hitmen had a rough start to the season, but they’ve found their stride in recent weeks. They enter the upcoming weekend in a playoff spot.
Back in 2013, it seemed obvious the Flames were going to take whoever was available between Elias Lindholm and Sean Monahan at sixth overall. Now that they have both, not to mention some random 104th overall draft pick from 2011, they appear to be unstoppable?
The good news is that all four Calgary Flames prospects at the 2019 World Junior Championship qualified for the quarterfinals. The bad news is that all of them were eliminated in said quarterfinals, as Sweden and Slovakia bowed out during Wednesday’s games.
The Calgary Flames beat the Detroit Red Wings by an 5-3 score on Wednesday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.