The Calgary Flames came home on Wednesday night hoping to build off a good game on Monday in Vancouver. Instead, the Flames played a fairly disjointed, sloppy game en route to a fairly one-sided 5-1 loss to the visiting Canucks to end a stretch of four consecutive games against their rival to the west.
For the sixth time this season, and fourth time over the past seven days, the Calgary Flames (8-6-1, 17 points) are playing the Vancouver Canucks (7-11-1, 15 points). This time, for a fun change of pace, they’ll be playing at the palatial Scotiabank Saddledome, though. The Flames were awful on Saturday and much improved, albeit…
The Calgary Flames continue to chug along and so do the seasons of many of their top prospects. A lot more of them will be getting going later this week when Stockton gets going this weekend. In the interim, just continue to be impressed by Jakob Pelletier. Let’s check in on all the Flames’ prospects.
The Calgary Flames weren’t very good on Saturday and deservedly lost. They were a lot better on Monday and deservedly won, beating the Vancouver Canucks in overtime by a 4-3 score. Here are some selected quotes from the post-game media addresses.
The Calgary Flames looked like a different team on Monday night, as compared to their Saturday performance. They were rewarded for their improved effort, as they skated to a 4-3 overtime victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena in the finale of a three game set in Vancouver.
In his second career game – and fourth career period – in the NHL, Calgary Flames rookie Connor Mackey has earned his first career point. Mackey eared the second assist on Milan Lucic’s first period goal on Monday night in Vancouver. The big man, making no mistake on this shot 🔥 pic.twitter.com/C4Gp8o5hbN — Calgary Flames…
For the third time this week, the Calgary Flames (7-6-1, 15 points) are playing the Vancouver Canucks (7-11-0, 14 points) at Rogers Arena. The Canucks were as good on Saturday as the Flames were bad, with the Canucks out-shooting and out-chancing the Flames in every period and game situation. The Flames will hope to reset…
The Calgary Flames have completed 14 games of their 2020-21 schedule. They’re in the playoff mix, but some of their recent performances have been concerning in their lack of consistency. Our mailbag questions reflect this level of concern.
We’re at the first quarter mark of the 2020-21 season and the Calgary Flames have completed two seven game segments! After going .500 in the first seven, the Flames are slightly above .500 in their second segment. But the Flames are swinging between two extremes: excellent, or frustratingly not.
On Thursday, the Calgary Flames were lousy early on but figured things out. On Saturday, they were lousy early and remained lousy in front of goaltender Jacob Markstrom. The Flames were the second-best team in a 3-1 loss to the Vancouver Canucks. Here are some selected quotes from the post-game media addresses.
The Calgary Flames were not good in Saturday night in Vancouver. Well, Jacob Markstrom was, but everyone in front of him probably wants a mulligan. The Flames were out-shot, out-played and out-worked en route to a 3-1 loss to the Canucks.
Almost 11 months after he signed with the club, defenseman Connor Mackey will make his NHL debut tonight for the Calgary Flames against the Vancouver Canucks.