Well, that was something.
The Calgary Flames might have won on Tuesday had it not been for their painfully bad first period.
The Calgary Flames need to fix their fourth line.
He’s only played three games, but Jacob Markstrom is already looking like a marvellous acquisition for Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving.
Talk about an inverse of the season opener.
By now, surely you know all about how the Calgary Flames have lost 11 season-opening games in a row. Wait! There’s also some good news: following their last seven opening losses, the Flames have rebounded to win their second game six times.
That went just about as expected.
It’s going to be an unusual season. With the all-new North Division, the Calgary Flames will be facing off exclusively against their fellow Canadian brethren. There will be no All-Star Game. All 31 teams will be playing a compressed 56-game schedule.
Welcome back to “Know the North,” our 2021 season preview series here at FlamesNation projecting each of the seven Canadian teams set to face off in the new North Division.
Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas spent the off-season tinkering with the supporting cast of his roster after it bowed out of the 2020 playoffs at the hands of the Columbus Blue Jackets in the qualifying round.
Welcome to “Know the North,” a new series from us here at FlamesNation breaking down what to expect from each of the seven teams in the NHL’s North Division.
Few players have looked more impressive than Jakob Pelletier at this year’s edition of the IIHF World Junior Championship.