After Saturday night’s furious 7-4 win over the Vancouver Canucks, new Flames acquisition James Neal partook in the Hockey Night in Canada tradition of sitting down and shooting the breeze with Scott Oake. Here’s the highlights for you.
They did it. The absolute mad men, they did it.
The Calgary Flames scored early in Saturday night’s home opener, lighting the lamp just 12 seconds into the game. Goal-scorer Elias Lindholm had reason to celebrate, as it was his first goal as a Flame.
Calgary City Council’s Event Centre Assessment Committee has been meeting since June. Their mandate is to structure the ongoing discussions between the City and the Calgary Flames related to a potential new home for the hockey club. In Friday’s meeting, the committee presented some renderings of what the new building might look like.
With the AHL season kicking off (if that’s the right turn of phrase for hockey) Friday, the Stockton Heat have announced their opening day roster.
Following the first game of the 2018-19 season, it sounds like the Calgary Flames may be missing one of their defensive stalwarts.
Calgary Flames goaltender Mike Smith has a reputation for having really fun, colourful masks and goalie gear. He has different masks and equipment for the Flames’ home and road uniforms. With the vintage jerseys back as third jerseys, he had a new mask made to go with that jersey, too.
Calgary Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic was conspicuous by his absence at Thursday afternoon’s practice.
The Calgary Flames have finalized their season-opening roster and their American Hockey League affiliate, the Stockton Heat, are getting closer to nailing down theirs.
A common trope in the NHL – any professional league, really – is the “welcome to the NHL” moment.
As we wait official roster updates from the Calgary Flames, some practice news from our pal Pat Steinberg: the rookies have new jersey numbers. Dillon Dube swapped his training camp #59 for #29, while Juuso Valimaki has traded #42 for #8.