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Post-Game: The details haunt Flames in loss to Leafs

The Calgary Flames played a pretty good game on Sunday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs. But as has become the tradition lately, their good play was wiped out by a few mistakes coming back to haunt them. The Flames lost 4-2 to the Leafs in the first of back-to-back games against the (Scotia NHL)…

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FGD 39: A pair with the Maple Leafs (7pm MT, SN West)

It’s the start of a quick back-to-back set for the local sports team, likely followed by some games that will be postponed. The Calgary Flames (16-19-3, 35 points) host the Toronto Maple Leafs (24-10-3, 51 points) in the first of two holiday weekend games. The Leafs lead the (Scotia NHL) North Division, while the Flames…

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How the 2020-21 Flames were built

We’re rapidly approaching the 2021 National Hockey League trade deadline, which is 1 p.m. MT next Monday (April 12). As we head towards the deadline, let’s look back a bit and ponder: how were the current Flames built? We’re focusing only on players under contract in the organization to make life simple here.

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Quotable: the Flames lose to the Oilers 3-2

The Calgary Flames were pretty good on Friday night. But they were just bad enough in key moments to drop a very close 3-2 decision to the Edmonton Oilers. The club is now 5-7-0 under Darryl Sutter, having lost seven of their last nine games after winning their first three after his arrival. Here are…

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Post-Game: Close, but no cigar against Oilers

The Calgary Flames played pretty well on Friday night in Edmonton. They were the better team for big chunks of the game. But penalties at the wrong times led to power play goals at the wrong time, and that was the difference in a very close 3-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers.

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FGD 38: The 249th Battle of Alberta (7pm MT, SN West)

After a trip to Vancouver, having their game postponed and then flying to Edmonton, the Calgary Flames (16-18-3, 35 points) are back in action in what’s sure to be an intense and emotional game against their old friends, the Edmonton Oilers (22-14-1, 45 points). The Flames need some momentum – for their present or their…

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