The curious case of the Detroit Red Wings’ roster

Yesterday, Karim (@karimkurji) broke down NHL team rosters based on how each team obtained their players. One team in particular raised some eyebrows: As of today, the Detroit Red Wings currently ice zero players acquired via a trade.That’s not to say Ken Holland hasn't been busy — the Red Wings have made 10 trades since … Continue reading The curious case of the Detroit Red Wings’ roster

About Last Night #41: Fire and fury from Flames as Ducks fall in Calgary

The Calgary Flames started the game off with a first period to remember. After Glen Gulutzan's hammer throw trials for the 2020 Olympics, the Flames put together one of their most dominant first periods this season. The Anaheim Ducks barely mustered any measurable momentum, going long stretches without shot attempts. The Flames earned an early … Continue reading About Last Night #41: Fire and fury from Flames as Ducks fall in Calgary

About Last Night #38: Flames’ winning streak at Honda Center ends at one

The Calgary Flames visited the Honda Center, with hopes of starting a new NHL record for consecutive wins in an opponent's building. Unfortunately, the Disneyland attempt came to a halt at one. On the second of a California back-to-back, the Flames took an uncharacteristically high number of penalties. One trip to the penalty box was … Continue reading About Last Night #38: Flames’ winning streak at Honda Center ends at one

How to Win #Flames1stGoal

One of the most universal human experiences involves logging onto Twitter and making a guess for the Calgary Flames’ #Flames1stGoal contest. Every single game day, you select a player in hopes of being right, and more importantly, scoring those coveted tickets to a home game. There are many strategies for picking the first goal scorer. … Continue reading How to Win #Flames1stGoal

Why the Calgary Flames’ Window is Wide Open

When Brad Treliving signed his multi-year extension this past summer, Calgary Flames fans rejoiced in a collective happy dance. The heir to the Boston Pizza kingdom has served more than his fair share of mouthwatering cap-friendly contracts, and delivered on his promise of making the Flames competitive again. He gave us Dougie Hamilton and Travis … Continue reading Why the Calgary Flames’ Window is Wide Open

Visualizing Versteeg’s Shootout Prowess using 3D CAD

In Which Versteeg Was Our Biggest Shootout Blessing You can’t reminisce on the 2016-17 season without thinking about just how good Kris Versteeg was for the Calgary Flames in the shootout. A dreaded way to end any hockey game, Versteeg took matters into his own hands and put on shows that made staying until the … Continue reading Visualizing Versteeg’s Shootout Prowess using 3D CAD