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Flames 1, Sharks 3 post game embers: Time to come home

The road trip is over, and that’s a relief cause it did not look pretty. Even with the CBA-mandated day off today, the Flames need to take time to regroup at home and ask some tough questions. Namely: what’s up with the start of their season?

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The Flames have one last chance to win a season opener this decade

It was a goal from Brandon Prust, assisted by Fredrik Sjostrom and Eric Nystrom. That goal from Prust, which took place on Oct. 1, 2009, was the last game-winning goal by a Calgary Flames player in a season opener. It came against the Vancouver Canucks, and was the fourth goal in what would end up…

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Flames announce third jersey schedule

The Calgary Flames have released the schedule for when they will be wearing their third “retro” jerseys, which this season includes both the classic red retro jersey and also the white Heritage Classic jersey.

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Alan Quine placed on waivers

On the day before final rosters are due, Alan Quine has found himself placed on waivers. He is likely bound to be sent down to the Stockton Heat. #Flames have Alan Quine on waivers today. Zac Rinaldo has cleared, so he’s set to start the season in the American League. — Pat Steinberg (@Fan960Steinberg) September…

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What are reasonable expectations for the PTOs?

The Calgary Flames will be opening their training camp this week for players who are not rookies. Beyond all the fresh, young prospects who are looking to make the team, they also have five veteran players who are best classified under the “hopeful” section of the camp.

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FlamesNation Top 20 Prospects 2019: #4 Matthew Phillips

A running trend with the top five players in the FlamesNation Top 20 Prospects is that they are on the smaller end of things. With only one player clocking in at over six feet tall, they’ve instead gotten into the top five by relying on their skill to take them places.

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FlamesNation Top 20 Prospects 2019: #12 Tyler Parsons

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. A couple of years ago, Tyler Parsons was the cream of the crop. He was #1 in the FlamesNation prospect rankings. He took a bit of a tumble his first pro season, but still landed at a very respectable 8th last year.