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Quotable: the Flames beat the Canadiens 5-2

In the two of three games that the Calgary Flames need to win in regulation to have a shot at the playoffs… the Flames won in regulation again! They beat the Montreal Canadiens by a 5-2 score. Here are some selected quotes from the post-game media addresses.

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Post-Game: Flames win Habs rematch, lose Hanifin to injury

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.

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FGD 47: A rematch with Montreal (5pm MT, SN West/City TV)

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…

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Quotable: the Flames beat the Canadiens 4-2

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.

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Post-Game: Flames hold off Habs in first of three game set

The Calgary Flames are in a stretch in their season where they need to play well and win games to have any shot at the post-season. They were consistently good and occasionally really impressive in a 4-2 victory over the visiting Montreal Canadiens in the first of three straight games between the two clubs.

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FGD 46: A big-time match with Montreal (7pm MT, SN West)

The Calgary Flames (19-23-3, 41 points) are trying to remain in playoff contention as the clock runs down on their remaining schedule. They have a big opportunity to get in the thick of things tonight when they play the first of three games in a row against the Montreal Canadiens (20-15-9, 49 points). Can the Flames…

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Don’t expect to see many Flames at the World Championship

Every season, players on teams that don’t qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs head off to Europe to play in the annual IIHF World Hockey Championship. The annual tournament pits international clubs against each other in an event that hands out medals and has immense importance for Olympic qualification. Usually, there would be a lot…

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Flames cancel Friday’s morning skate due to positive COVID-19 test

After avoiding it for much of the season, the Calgary Flames appear to have finally been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The club announced Friday morning that they have canceled their morning skate prior to their game against Montreal due to a positive COVID-19 test among their players.

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This weekend against Montreal is the Flames’ Waterloo series

Back in June 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte and his armies suffered a resounding defeated at Waterloo, currently part of Belgium. Napoleon had returned from exile a few months prior and had become intent on returning to power, leading to the eventual climatic battle at Waterloo with the Seventh Coalition and ultimately Napoleon’s defeat. Since then, “meeting…

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Flames prospect viewing guide: Apr. 23-29

A few of the Calgary Flames prospects are in action this coming week. Here’s a quick rundown of the next seven days. Season over: Daniil Chechelev (Russkie Vityazi Chekhov), Demetrios Koumontzis (Arizona State), Filip Sveningsson (MODO Hockey), Mitchell Mattson (Michigan State), Josh Nodler (Michigan State), Jake Boltmann (Notre Dame), Lucas Feuk (Kalix HC), Emil Heineman…

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2021 NHL Draft Consensus Ranking – April edition

Folks, it’s really looking like the Calgary Flames might not make the 2021 Stanley Cup playoffs. So as we wait to see how the final 11 games play out, we thought we’d turn our eye towards the future and the 2021 NHL Draft. This draft is a bit of chaos for various reasons, primarily because…