The Calgary Flames finished off their pre-Christmas schedule in disappointing fashion, losing 3-0 to the Minnesota Wild. The loss dropped the Flames to 8-3-1 over the 12 games since the coaching change.
The Calgary Flames were superb on Sunday in Dallas. They seemed a bit out of gas on Monday afternoon in Minnesota. The Flames were decent, but the Wild were better when it mattered, and beat the Flames 3-0 to close out the pre-Christmas schedule for both clubs.
Snow has fallen. It’s chilly outside. The Calgary Flames have three days off this week. It must be the holiday season! Let’s climb into the holiday mailbag!
The Calgary Flames (19-14-5, 43 points) look to finish off their pre-Christmas schedule and their last minute shopping with a trek to an area arguably best known for their mall (and a lot of lakes). The Flames are visiting the Twin Cities to face the Minnesota Wild (17-15-5, 39 points), hoping to continue their strong…
Over the past few weeks, whenever the Calgary Flames have struggled it has been because their special teams units failed to put them over the top. On Saturday evening in Dallas, their special teams units were the absolute difference in a 5-1 victory.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames will be looking to extend their current road winning streak to four games when they visit the Minnesota Wild on Monday as +105 underdogs on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Calgary slammed the door on a three-game overall losing streak on Sunday as…
The Calgary Flames came into Dallas on Sunday evening hoping to avoid their habitual second period slump, something that’s plagued their team over their past three or four games. Well, they overcame their iffy second period start with a pair of key power play goals en route to a 5-1 victory over the Dallas Stars.
The Calgary Flames (18-14-5, 41 points) look to finish off their pre-Christmas schedule with a bit of momentum as they kick off a brief two game road trip. Today they’re in Texas to visit the Dallas Stars (20-13-4, 44 points), hoping to snap a three game losing skid. The puck drops just after 5 p.m….
Thursday’s loss by the Calgary Flames against the Montreal Canadiens was the 10th game for the Flames under interim head coach Geoff Ward. We now have a decently large sample from which to draw some early conclusions about Ward’s tendencies.
The Calgary Flames are polishing off their pre-holiday schedule by Monday, and then they’re off for a few days. As we approach 2020, there are several Flames players approaching some significant personal and franchise milestones.
In June 2021, the Seattle Grinders (or whatever they’re called) will join the National Hockey League. Just like in 2017, we’re having another expansion draft. With about 18 months to go until the Grinders draft, let’s take a brief look at how the Calgary Flames may be approaching the draft.
Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman did has last Calgary radio hit of 2019 with Sportsnet 960 The Fan on Friday morning. He chatted with Dean Molberg and Will Nault about many things, but a lot of the discussion centered around the Calgary Flames’ reported interest in Taylor Hall prior to his trade to the Arizona Coyotes.