The Calgary Flames played Montreal for the second time in as many nights absolutely needing a regulation win. For the second time in two nights: mission accomplished. The Flames beat the Canadiens 5-2 to inch closer to their divisional foes, but they lost defender Noah Hanifin to an injury early in the game.
The Stockton Heat lost forwards Glenn Gawdin and Byron Froese to the Calgary Flames’ NHL taxi squad early on Saturday morning.
After an impressive win on Friday, the Calgary Flames (20-23-3, 43 points) will attempt to reel in a playoff spot, or at least inch closer, when they play the second of three games in a row against the Montreal Canadiens (20-16-9, 49 points). The Flames absolutely need regulation wins, and more efforts like the other…
The Flames played well and won an important game. That’s refreshing. Sure, they have played some decent hockey as of late but the urgency, pace, and translation into results has been variable. The boys in the monstrous black C, vertical stripe laden jerseys came out a dictated play for the majority of the hockey game….
The Stockton Heat have lost four consecutive games. The Manitoba Moose have won four in a row.
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In the first of three games that the Calgary Flames need to win in regulation to have a shot at the playoffs… the Flames won in regulation. They beat the Montreal Canadiens by a 4-2 score. Here are some selected quotes from the post-game media addresses.