Vancouver Canucks Season Preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Canucks

The Calgary Flames fell to the Winnipeg Jets in their season opener last Thursday night, and are looking to rebound with a win in their home opener against the Vancouver Canucks tonight. The first of 10 games against the rivals to the west, it's time to look at what Flames fans can expect from this … Continue reading Vancouver Canucks Season Preview: What to expect from the Flames versus the Canucks

Dillon Dube (Calgary Flames) talks hockey with The Win Column (thewincolumn.ca) in an interview. Featured image depicts a mock up of Dube in a video call setting.

New top-line winger Dillon Dube talks about why he’s ready to play a big role this year for the Flames

In the Calgary Flames' season opener against the Winnipeg Jets last night, the team that was sent over the boards looked significantly different from the one fans last saw in the 2020 playoffs. Of course, the offseason brought with it several important personnel changes, including a trio of former Vancouver Canucks and a new all-star … Continue reading New top-line winger Dillon Dube talks about why he’s ready to play a big role this year for the Flames

EDMONTON, ALBERTA - SEPTEMBER 08: A general view is seen of warm-up before Game Two of the Western Conference Final of the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Dallas Stars and the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Place on September 08, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta. (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

NHL Fantasy: Impact of the unique schedule on the 2021 fantasy hockey season

The NHL season is less than a week away which means many of us have fantasy drafts coming up this weekend. This year, The Win Column will be providing comprehensive fantasy coverage on a weekly basis and our first installment of the season focuses on the schedule. This year's NHL schedule is, in a word, … Continue reading NHL Fantasy: Impact of the unique schedule on the 2021 fantasy hockey season

Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Mark Giordano, Elias Lindholm celebrate a goal.

Calgary Flames Over/Under Predictions 2021

Hockey is back. The Calgary Flames start their season on the road against the Winnipeg Jets next week. This year, join us for the third annual Calgary Flames Over/Under Predictions! We’ve put together a comprehensive list of things we think might happen for the Flames over the course of the 2021 season and marked them … Continue reading Calgary Flames Over/Under Predictions 2021

New-look lines at Calgary Flames training camp could indicate opening night combinations

Normally, training camp line combinations shouldn't be taken too seriously, especially in the first few days of camp. However, with this year's camp being just 10 days long, what we see on the ice matters a lot more. Head Coach Geoff Ward has stayed true to his word and looks to be testing out new … Continue reading New-look lines at Calgary Flames training camp could indicate opening night combinations

Connor Zary and Jakob Pelletier represent Canada at the World Juniors

The Calgary Flames should invite Jakob Pelletier and Connor Zary to training camp

Finally, the 2020-21 NHL season is around the corner. The Calgary Flames will open training camp on Sunday, with a 36 skater group and likely six goaltenders. Very few players under contract have been able to skate in actual competitive games since the 2020 playoffs ended. Outside of the players who managed to dress for … Continue reading The Calgary Flames should invite Jakob Pelletier and Connor Zary to training camp

Calgary Flames prospects Zary, Pelletier, and Kuznetsov shine in World Juniors pre-tournament match

Hockey is officially back in Alberta’s capital as the World Junior Championship continued with pre-tournament action last night. Three Calgary Flames prospects featured in the afternoon tilt between Canada and Russia, Jakob Pelletier and Connor Zary suiting up for Canada, and Yan Kuznetsov suiting up for Russia. Canada won the game 1-0 and generally looked to be … Continue reading Calgary Flames prospects Zary, Pelletier, and Kuznetsov shine in World Juniors pre-tournament match

Jason LaBarbera has a lot to offer to the new Calgary Flames goaltending department

The Calgary Flames announced last week that they were radically changing the structure of goaltending development and coaching in the organization. Jordan Sigalet, who had been the Flames' goalie coach since 2014, has been promoted to the title of Director of Goaltending, and is responsible for overseeing the new Flames goaltending department. Thomas Speer retained … Continue reading Jason LaBarbera has a lot to offer to the new Calgary Flames goaltending department

What the Calgary Flames should do with Travis Hamonic

There is a new rumour afoot. As reported by Bob Marjanovich on TSN1040 in Vancouver, Travis Hamonic's name is on the radar of a few NHL teams, specifically the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks. For unknown reasons, the tweet posted by TSN1040 earlier today that garnered quite a lot of interest has since been deleted. … Continue reading What the Calgary Flames should do with Travis Hamonic

A look back at the Calgary Flames’ record versus other Canadian teams

The all-Canadian division is here! This week, we've heard many reports of the NHL returning in mid-January 2021, with a complete divisional realignment due to differing COVID-19 restrictions across Canada and the United States. The new divisional alignment includes the long rumoured all-Canadian division, merging former Pacific Division teams the Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, and … Continue reading A look back at the Calgary Flames’ record versus other Canadian teams