Alright, let’s do this one last time: playoffs. Playoff lineups. As far as we know, the Flames are mostly healthy, if not entirely, and that gives them a lot of options and a lot of depth. Let’s go.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames will be resting a good half-dozen regulars as they try to finish their final road trip before the playoffs on a good note by winning as a road favourite.
The Flames have two games left on the schedule, which means it’s time for a brief rest for many of the players who helped get them this far. That means you’re probably going to become a bit more familiar with some Stockton Heat players.
The games won’t be meaningful for a week and a half yet, but in the meantime, who’s to say the depth players can’t have any fun?
The Calgary Flames beat the Los Angeles Kings by a 7-2 score on Monday night. Here are selected reactions from players and coaches following the game.
The Calgary Flames came into Los Angeles on the back half of a back-to-back. They scratched six regulars. They demolished the Los Angeles Kings by a 7-2 score in a very one-sided game at Staples Center.
Welcome to whatever’s left of the regular season.
Well, isn’t that something. The Flames are division champs for the first time since 2005-06, and conference champs for the first time since 1989-90. For the next few games, we can kick back, watch the Stockton Heat take on the remainder of the schedule, and wait patiently for the playoffs to begin. Today, we’re looking…
Back on Dec. 8, the Flames took over the top spot in the Western Conference. It was a delight that they made it there at all, and that late in the season at that; a fun little blip as we got to look forward to the start of the Flames’ window opening. But then they…