The Calgary Flames have played at the pace they need to over the past few weeks, and looked to secure another crucial two points against a divisional rival in the Los Angeles Kings.
That didn’t happen.
In what might have been the most embarrassing game for the Flames this season, they were absolutely dismantled by the Kings and fell by a blowout score of 8-2.
When the fans in LA stopped cheering for their own team’s goals, you know it was bad. They’re not out of the playoffs just yet, but it sure feels like they are.
Charts from the game are below.
|Carl Grundstrom||Rasmus Kupari, Zack MacEwen||08:15 | 1st||CGY 0 – 1 LAK|
|Drew Doughty||Quinton Byfield, Anze Kopitar||11:16 | 1st||CGY 0 – 2 LAK|
|Gabriel Vilardi||Alex Iafallo||12:13 | 1st||CGY 0 – 3 LAK|
|Viktor Arvidsson (PPG)||Adrian Kempe, Anze Kopitar||15:46 | 1st||CGY 0 – 4 LAK|
|Tyler Toffoli (PPG)||Elias Lindholm, Mikael Backlund||00:34 | 2nd||CGY 1 – 4 LAK|
|Adrian Kempe||Alexander Edler, Sean Walker||08:17 | 2nd||CGY 1 – 5 LAK|
|Adrian Kempe (PPG)||Quinton Byfield, Drew Doughty||12:44 | 2nd||CGY 1 – 6 LAK|
|Noah Hanifin||Blake Coleman, Jonathan Huberdeau||09:01 | 3rd||CGY 2 – 6 LAK|
|Mikey Anderson||Phillip Danault, Viktor Arvidsson||12:31 | 3rd||CGY 2 – 7 LAK|
|Carl Grundstrom||Rasmus Kupari, Mikey Anderson||15:51 | 3rd||CGY 2 – 8 LAK|
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