#BlackLivesMatter hashtag with Twitter emoji for Black Lives Matter.

#BlackLivesMatter

We cannot remain silent when injustice remains. Please take the time to process, empathize, educate, and be willing to be uncomfortable with the work that lies ahead. Anti-racism is not and cannot be a social trend. Don't be complicit. Text transcript: In light of the ongoing #GeorgeFloyd protests, The Win Column team recognizes that it … Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter

Calgary Flames vs Edmonton Oilers Ticket Giveaway – February 1st, 2020

Hello Flames fans! Wiseman Real Estate Calgary and The Win Column are teaming up to send you and a friend to the Battle of Alberta on February 1, 2020! All you have to do to enter is fill out a Google Form and follow us on social media. Click below to enter and for full … Continue reading Calgary Flames vs Edmonton Oilers Ticket Giveaway – February 1st, 2020

Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla takes to the ice. (Jeff McIntosh/CP)

Revisiting Jarome Iginla’s best games, year by year

Well, it's finally here. It's Jarome Iginla Day, and by the time the clock turns to tomorrow, Iginla's banner will be hanging high in the Saddledome alongside Lanny McDonald and Mike Vernon's. No doubt about it, it will be a highly emotional day for the city of Calgary as well as all Flames supporters around … Continue reading Revisiting Jarome Iginla’s best games, year by year

Assessing the trade deadline for the Calgary Flames

After months of speculation, countless mock trades, and finally a few hours spent constantly refreshing Twitter, the 2019 NHL trade deadline has come and gone. As of 1 p.m. MST today, teams are now unable to engage in any further transactions for the remainder of the season. This year saw many big names traded extremely … Continue reading Assessing the trade deadline for the Calgary Flames

CALGARY, AB - JANUARY 18: Johnny Gaudreau #13 and teammates of the Calgary Flames celebrate a goal against the Detroit Red Wings during an NHL game on January 18, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

Revisiting The Win Column’s Calgary Flames over/under predictions at the All-Star break

At the start of the 2018-19 season, we put out The Win Column's over/under predictions for this year's iteration of the Calgary Flames. As Johnny Gaudreau is spending his weekend in San Jose to participate in the 2019 All-Star Game, let's take a look at which predictions are holding true and which are probably doomed. … Continue reading Revisiting The Win Column’s Calgary Flames over/under predictions at the All-Star break

Jarome Iginla’s greatest moments on every team he played for

Jarome Iginla has had himself one of the best NHL careers of all-time. Falling just shy of winning the Stanley Cup, he's done virtually everything else he could have ever hoped for in his hockey career. He's won almost every trophy, medal, and title a hockey player could ask for, and will surely be inducted … Continue reading Jarome Iginla’s greatest moments on every team he played for

Calgary Flames Over/Under Predictions 2018-19

Hockey is back. The Calgary Flames start their season on the road against the Vancouver Canucks in just two days time. This year, join us for the inaugural Are You Smarter Than The Win Column? We’ve put together a comprehensive list of things we think might happen for the Flames over the course of the … Continue reading Calgary Flames Over/Under Predictions 2018-19

About Last Night #64: Flames fire blanks as Bishop posts shutout

The Calgary Flames find themselves in the thick of the Western Conference playoff race. With so many games against opponents in a similar situation, every game matters, especially those against other bubble teams. Last night's showdown between the Flames and Dallas Stars was exactly that: a Western showdown with big playoff implications. Still without starting … Continue reading About Last Night #64: Flames fire blanks as Bishop posts shutout

About Last Night #58: Flames finish six game road trip on a high note in Nashville

The Calgary Flames' recently completed six game road trip was probably one of the toughest of their season. Facing some of the best teams in the league, it was a real test for a group who were starting to find their footing in an up and down year. Losing Troy Brouwer and Mike Smith didn't … Continue reading About Last Night #58: Flames finish six game road trip on a high note in Nashville

About Last Night #50: Flames feel weird winning in regulation, decide to give game away to Vegas

For 58 minutes, the Calgary Flames were the better team. For 58 minutes, the Flames outscored, outchanced, and outplayed the Western Conference leading Vegas Golden Knights, and looked to flip their recent four game losing streak around with a big win. For 58 minutes, the Flames seemed to be on the up and up and … Continue reading About Last Night #50: Flames feel weird winning in regulation, decide to give game away to Vegas