The Calgary Flames lost to the Washington Capitals by a 4-3 score on Friday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames played their first game in nine days on Friday against the Washington Capitals. The Flames weren’t awful, but they were bad enough at key moments in the game to lose in regulation. They dropped a 4-3 contest to the Capitals at Capital One Center in Washington, D.C.
While the Flames have dealt with injuries this season, they seem to have been limited to just an unlucky few. Unfortunately, one of those few has been Travis Hamonic, as the Flames confirmed he would not return to the Flames at Capitals game partway through the third period.
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Another day, another accolade for Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau. The National Hockey League announced on Friday that Gaudreau has been named the league’s first star for the month of January.
After a lengthy break, two teams heading into different directions meet in America’s capital city. The Calgary Flames (33-13-5, 71 points) are hockey’s hottest team, while the Washington Capitals (27-17-6, 60 points) are on a losing skid and desperate to find some momentum.
The All-Star Break is over. Over the next nine weeks, 16 National Hockey League teams will punch their tickets for the postseason while another 15 teams will slink off into the ether. The Calgary Flames have 31 games remaining. How do their playoff prospects look?