The Calgary Flames were briefly shorthanded on the bench during Sunday afternoon’s game against the Arizona Coyotes. Head coach Bill Peters left the game during the second period after being struck in the side of the face by an errant puck.
After a lengthy stretch without a point, Calgary Flames forward James Neal has hit a significant milestone. Neal earned an assist on the third Flames goal on Sunday afternoon against Arizona, hitting the 500 point mark in his National Hockey League career.
The Calgary Flames are in a bit of a good news/bad news situation regarding their young blueliners. Defenseman Juuso Valimaki missed Saturday’s practice with a lower-body injury, which may open the door for Oliver Kylington to play on Sunday against the Arizona Coyotes.
The healthy stretch for the Calgary Flames is officially over. The club has placed defenseman Michael Stone and forward Michael Frolik on the injured reserve list.
Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is over for Dillon Dube. The Calgary Flames rookie scored his first NHL goal in the first period of Wednesday night’s game against the Winnipeg Jets.
A Calgary Flames regular was absent from pre-game warmup prior to their game against the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday night. The club announced prior to the game that Michael Frolik is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
The Flames made a minor move today, sending eighth defenceman Dalton Prout to the AHL on a conditioning assignment.
David Rittich has been outstanding throughout the season, and he’s starting to get rewarded for it. For the second time this year, he gets the start in back-to-back games.
It was a Flames double feature last night on Hockey Night in Canada’s After Hours. First up was Noah Hanifin, who discussed his path to the NHL, his path to Calgary, and Saturday night’s game.
The man of last night’s game, and perhaps the main story of the Flames’ season thus far, David “Big Save Dave” Rittich sat down with Ryan Leslie on After Hours to discuss his nickname, his steak and Coca-cola consumption, and his path to the NHL. Plus, a guest appearance from FlamesNation.
The first 2018-19 installment of the Battle of Alberta on Saturday night started off with a heated first period. Much of the bad blood was a result of a hit by Edmonton Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl on Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk.
The Government of Alberta, Calgary Flames Foundation and Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation are teaming up on a unique initiative.Flames and Oilers fans will soon be able to represent their team via license plates.