by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post Regardless of how abrupt their first-round playoff exit might have felt, the Calgary Flames in many ways delivered on the betting value they presented at the start of the National Hockey League season. At the outset in October, the Flames were a +2500 darkhorse in Stanley Cup futures at…
The dust has settled on the 2018-19 season for the Calgary Flames and four more players have decided to head to Europe to play more hockey. Johnny Gaudreau, Elias Lindholm, Derek Ryan and Noah Hanifin have confirmed their participation in next month’s World Hockey Championship.
In the aftermath of the Calgary Flames’ playoff elimination on Friday night comes a bit of international competition news. Swedish reporter Jonatan Lindquist is reporting that Flames forward Mikael Backlund is skipping this year’s World Hockey Championship… for a good reason.
In advance of Wednesday night’s playoff game between the Calgary Flames and the Colorado Avalanche, the National Hockey League has announced its 31 nominees for the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. Flames captain Mark Giordano has been named his team’s nominee for the award.
With the season complete for the Stockton Heat, the Calgary Flames have summoned some reinforcements from their American Hockey League affiliate. The club has recalled 10 players to serve as “black aces” and practice as extra bodies.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames have yet to play to their potential in the playoffs, yet they are still slightly favoured for their most pivotal game of the season. The Flames are a narrow -115 road favourite (wager $115 to win $100) with the Colorado Avalanche a -105 home underdog on…
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames are probably about as deep into minus money as they will get in these playoffs since the road will get tougher if they advance, but the upshot for bettors is that they seldom play down to the competition when heavily favoured.
The Calgary Flames are out to a 1-0 series lead over the Colorado Avalanche. Our friends at CBC News invited our own Ramina Shlah and Ryan Pike in studio to chat about the playoffs on Friday’s 5 p.m. news – the one that aired immediately before a hockey game.
Last night, the Calgary Flames kicked off their Stanley Cup journey with a one-sided Game 1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche, and Andrew Mangiapane got the party started with a beautiful individual effort that resulted in a goal that certainly deserves another look. After picking the puck up along the boards, Mangiapane displayed all-world puck…
Everyone loves watching playoff hockey. But playoff tickets are often quite expensive. Thankfully, there are free playoff watch parties set up by the Calgary Flames and the city of Calgary.
The Flames are in the playoffs. They play again in three days. And will play at least a minimum of three more times after that. And, in all likelihood, beyond that, too! What a world we live in.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Calgary Flames swept the season series from the Colorado Avalanche this past campaign, and will be looking to have similar success when the teams meet in a first-round playoff series starting this week. And Calgary enters the best-of-seven series as the favourite.