The Calgary Flames beat the San Jose Sharks by a 5-3 score on Sunday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames took care of their own business on Sunday evening at the SAP Center. Needing a win to clinch first in the Pacific Division and Western Conference, the Flames were full marks in a thorough 5-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks.
The Calgary Flames are officially the best in the West. By way of their win on Sunday night over the San Jose Sharks, the Flames have clinched first place in both the Pacific Division and Western Conference.
With the Calgary Flames on the verge of capturing a conference and divisional title, they’ve called in reinforcements. According to Sportsnet’s Eric Francis, the club has recalled defenseman Juuso Valimaki from the American Hockey League’s Stockton Heat.
Welcome to the biggest game of the season (so far).
One win, and the Flames will claim top spot to both the Pacific Division and Western Conference. One win, and they’ll clinch home ice through the first three rounds of the playoffs, should they make it that far. It would be especially dramatic for that win to come against the Sharks.
While it won’t be set in stone for a little while yet, the Flames are on a collision course with the Colorado Avalanche in round one of the playoffs. Sure, there’s a chance Calgary could also see Arizona or Minnesota in the first round, but it’s most likely they’ll be hosting the Avalanche in less…
With the regular season almost wrapped up, the Flames are getting a head start on their offseason business. The club announced this afternoon that they have signed 2018 seventh round pick Dmitry Zavgorodniy to a three-year entry-level contract.
Filip Sveningsson probably isn’t the name that comes to mind when discussing Flames prospects, but he could be the next Calgary hopeful to wildly outperform his draft position. A seventh round pick from the 2017 draft, Sveningsson has seen a meteoric rise through the Swedish hockey leagues. He seamlessly jumped from the U18 leagues to…
Ah, yes. That’s right. The Flames are a playoff team; have indisputably been one for some time now, even if it only just recently became official. It’s not exactly a surprise when they resume looking the part.
The Calgary Flames beat the Anaheim Ducks by a 6-1 score on Friday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames came into Friday night’s game with the Anaheim Ducks in a position to make their playoff lives much easier with a win. Well, mission accomplished: the Flames got better as the game went along en route to a decisive 6-1 victory.