About Last Night #59: Flames knock off Coyotes, earn back-to-back victories

The Calgary Flames were back in the Saddledome on Monday afternoon to face the Arizona Coyotes. After a rollercoaster of a trip through the east coast, the Flames were looking to extend their winning ways after just recently ending their slump against the Penguins. The Coyotes, on paper, presented that prime opportunity, as the past…

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About Last Night #58: Flames hold off late Penguins push, snap losing streak

PITTSBURGH, PA - FEBRUARY 16: Andrew Mangiapane #88 of the Calgary Flames celebrates his first period against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on February 16, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Calgary Flames looked to wrap up their four-game road trip on a high note during Saturday's matinee game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Going 0-1-2 so far on the trip, ending with a win would give the Flames much needed relief heading back to Calgary. It was a high scoring tilt between two of the…

About Last Night #57: Calgary Flames losing streak hits four games

The Calgary Flames continued their road trip through the Sunshine State, stopping in Sunrise to face the Florida Panthers. Coming off a stale loss to the Lightning, the Flames were looking to avoid their first four game losing streak of the season. The team would turn to Mike Smith between the pipes; David Rittich isn't doing himself…

About Last Night #56: Flames fall in rematch against the Lightning

TAMPA, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 12: Brayden Point #21 of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates a goal during a game against the Calgary Flames at Amalie Arena on February 12, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

The highly anticipated rematch between two of the league's top teams had many folks excited to see some Grade-A hockey. The Calgary Flames were looking to break out of mini-slump and show the Lightning that they've got some competition. The game started off with fast action going both ways. Active sticks caused turnovers on both…

About Last Night #55: Flames lose in a shootout to Canucks

The Calgary Flames finally did not have a multiple day break in between games, jumping right back into action against the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night. The Flames looked to avoid back-to-back regulation losses for the first time since mid-November. After being pulled against the San Jose Sharks, David Rittich would once again man the…

About Last Night #53: Flames overcome ‘Canes in sentimental victory

The Calgary Flames visited the Carolina Hurricanes yesterday afternoon for a pre-Superbowl matinee showdown. It was the first time Bill Peters, Derek Ryan, Noah Hanifin, and Elias Lindholm were in Carolina since the big trade between the two clubs in the offseason, and they were the stars of the show. The Flames went down early,…

About Last Night #52: Flames fall flat out of the break, lose to Capitals

The Calgary Flames were finally, finally, back in action last night after an extended nine day break. It was a long hiatus without Flames hockey, especially with the team being on an absolute tear as of recent. The Flames entered Friday night's contest against the Washington Capitals on a nine game point streak, and remained…

About Last Night #51: Flames head into All-Star break with overtime win over ‘Canes

CALGARY, AB - JANUARY 22: Mikael Backlund #11 of the Calgary Flames celebrates the game winning goal against the Carolina Hurricane at Scotiabank Saddledome on January 22, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Terence Leung/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Carolina Hurricanes visited the Calgary Flames for the Flames' last game before the All-Star break, bringing with them former Flames Dougie Hamilton and Micheal Ferland. A highly anticipated return for two major players for the Flames from previous seasons, they both had a warm welcome from the C of Red.Under two minutes into the…

About Last Night #50: Flames blow out Oilers and earn 69th point of the season

The Flames were right back in action on Hockey Night in Canada going toe-to-toe with their provincial rivals for the third time this season. The Battle of Alberta has been split so far this season with both teams earning a victory. The Edmonton Oilers came in looking for their third straight win, while the Flames…

About Last Night #49: Flames outgun Red Wings for big win on home ice

The Calgary Flames closed out a five game homestand last night against the Detroit Red Wings. Coming off an overtime loss to the Buffalo Sabres two nights before, the Flames looked to bounce back with a big win. This was the first of a back-to-back, and Mike Smith tended the Flames net. It was a…