About Last Night #57: Flames can’t keep up with powerhouse Bruins

The Boston Bruins have been the league's best and hottest team since the flip of the calendar. They've amassed 30 of a possible 36 points in that span for a whopping .833 points percentage. They are a fantastic team, and were the easy favourites heading into last night's contest. The Flames played the fifth of … Continue reading About Last Night #57: Flames can’t keep up with powerhouse Bruins

About Last Night #53: Flames sweep season series against Blackhawks

The Calgary Flames opened a six game road trip at the United Center last night to face the Chicago Blackhawks in their final meeting of the season. The Flames had won the previous two matches by identical 4-3 overtime decisions, and looked to sweep the season series against the Blackhawks for the first time since … Continue reading About Last Night #53: Flames sweep season series against Blackhawks

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

About Last Night #48: Flames lose third straight in extra time

The Flames played host the Los Angeles Kings last night, looking to extend their point streak to 10 games and get back into the win column after dropping two straight contests. One point ahead of the Kings with a game in hand, this game was a great chance to get some breathing room in the … Continue reading About Last Night #48: Flames lose third straight in extra time

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 #40: Fast and furious Flames cause Kings to crumble

The Calgary Flames started off slowly, and were poised to play their trademarked "half-asleep until ten minutes left in the third" brand of hockey, but instead they woke up well before the first period was half over. Being down 2-0 after 20 was not indicative of how quickly they turned the game around. They thoroughly … Continue reading About Last Night #40: Fast and furious Flames cause Kings to crumble

About Last Night #24: Leafs Smother the Flames

It was a dreadful evening in Calgary. The Flames put forth a dismal effort against the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs, losing 4-1. After Roman Polak's opening goal was deflected in by an unfortunate bounce off Travis Hamonic, it was all Leafs. Toronto beat Calgary in most statistical categories and dictated play for the duration of … Continue reading About Last Night #24: Leafs Smother the Flames

O Captain! My Captain! – Who Wears the Flames’ “C” Next?

When Jarome Iginla was traded from the Calgary Flames in 2013, a hole was left both on and off the ice. He wore the “C” for over 10 years, was firmly integrated into the greater Calgary community, and was the quintessential embodiment of a leader. Besides being a highly accomplished hockey player, he was a … Continue reading O Captain! My Captain! – Who Wears the Flames’ “C” Next?

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