Way, way back in 1983, the city of Calgary was abuzz. The Calgary Flames were on their way to becoming a powerhouse! The new Calgary Coliseum was almost complete! The Olympics were a few years away! But on this day in 1983 the Flames played their final game in the Stampede Corral, beating the Edmonton…
This coming May is the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Flames moving to Calgary. To commemorate this occasion, we’re counting down the Top 40 Calgary Flames in history. Coming in at #35 is one of the best offensive defenders of his time, Phil Housley.
NHL History: Rookie Al MacInnis three-assist night helps Calgary Flames beat Oilers in game five of ’84 playoffs
Before Al MacInnis was the biggest and baddest defenceman in the NHL with a slapshot that everyone feared, he was a young rookie.
Way, way back in 2012, the NHL’s players felt they weren’t part of the development of the league. Wanting to be engaged as partners, one of the things that came out of the 2012-13 lockout was the development of the Competition Committee. We delve into the particulars in Article 22: Competition Committee.
Cam Talbot’s show-me season in Calgary went according to plan. The Flames got excellent value for their backup goaltender and Talbot showed the league that he can still play.