The National Hockey League has made two more adjustment to the Calgary Flames schedule. Due to the attendance restrictions currently in place that cap capacity at 9,600 and prohibit food and beverage sales, the league has postponed Calgary’s Jan. 11 home game with the NY Islanders and their Jan. 15 game with Vegas.
NHL has postponed two additional #Flames￼ home games:
• January 11th vs. NYI
• January 15th vs. Vegas
Amongst eight more postponed games in this country due to attendance restrictions.
— Pat Steinberg (@Fan960Steinberg) December 31, 2021
The Flames have now had 10 games postponed (eight home and two road) due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the provincial attendance restrictions:
- Dec. 13 at Chicago
- Dec. 14 at Nashville
- Dec. 16 vs. Toronto
- Dec. 18 vs. Columbus
- Dec. 21 vs. Anaheim
- Dec. 23 vs. Seattle
- Dec. 27 vs. Edmonton
- Dec. 31 vs. Winnipeg
- Jan. 11 vs. NY Islanders
- Jan. 15 vs. Vegas
The next home date that’s still on their calendar is Jan. 13 against Ottawa. We asked the league, and that game won’t be postponed because it’s part of a western road swing (that includes Senators games in Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg) that they need to complete their schedule. It’s just not feasible to reschedule that entire trip, so it’ll go on as planned (even with potential attendance restrictions).