About Last Night #23: Shutout streak continues, Flames lose big to Golden Knights

Oh boy. This was an ugly one for the Flames. They started the game out ok, but a few bad bounces left them in an early hole. But when adversity struck, the team completely fell apart, and in the third period when they were down a defensemen, that was when the wheels really came off … Continue reading About Last Night #23: Shutout streak continues, Flames lose big to Golden Knights

About Last Night #22: Flames blanked in the desert by Coyotes

In the first of a quick two-game western road trip, the Calgary Flames were unable to find any offence against the stingy Arizona Coyotes. Although there were plenty of chances, the Flames couldn't solve Darcy Kuemper. Even though there were no goals, there were plenty of fireworks in a feisty Pacific Division game, but the … Continue reading About Last Night #22: Flames blanked in the desert by Coyotes

Sunday Census: David Rittich’s workload and how to best use Michael Frolik

Welcome back to The Sunday Census. Throughout the week, The Win Column will be posing topical and intriguing polls on Twitter (@wincolumnblog) to gauge the fan-base’s stance on pressing issues. Want to make sure your opinion is taken into effect? Vote in the polls, start a debate, and propose alternative suggestions on the polls! https://twitter.com/wincolumnblog/status/1195101606452158464Continue reading Sunday Census: David Rittich’s workload and how to best use Michael Frolik

About Last Night 21: Flames’ offense still cold, fall to Stars 3-1

It was another game where the Flames struggled to put anything on the board until the back half of the third period. They had their chances, including a stellar look from Andrew Mangiapane in the opening few minutes of the game, but couldn't get anything by Ben Bishop until too late. Outside of an okay … Continue reading About Last Night 21: Flames’ offense still cold, fall to Stars 3-1

CALGARY, AB - MARCH 15: Matthew Tkachuk #19 of the Calgary Flames celebrates with the bench after scoring against the New York Rangers during an NHL game at Scotiabank Saddledome on March 15, 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images)

Calgary Flames home-and-away split influenced by their special teams

Nearly a quarter of the way through the season, much of the Calgary Flames' on-ice performance has left a lot to be desired. Mediocre starts, the lack of 60-minute efforts, and constant trailing in games have tarnished the fact that they're sitting pretty at fourth in the Pacific Division with 23 points, three points behind … Continue reading Calgary Flames home-and-away split influenced by their special teams

About Last Night #20: Flames comeback falls short in OT against the Blues

Coming off back-to-back wins, the Calgary Flames were looking to extend that streak to a season high against the defending Stanley Cup champions. The St. Louis Blues outplayed the Flames for the majority of the game, but the home team found a way to come back in the third period yet again. Unfortunately they couldn't … Continue reading About Last Night #20: Flames comeback falls short in OT against the Blues

Sunday Census: Road trip success, struggles, and early MVP candidates

Welcome back to The Sunday Census. Throughout the week, The Win Column will be posing topical and intriguing polls on Twitter (@wincolumnblog) to gauge the fan-base’s stance on pressing issues. Want to make sure your opinion is taken into effect? Vote in the polls, start a debate, and propose alternative suggestions on the polls! https://twitter.com/wincolumnblog/status/1191415443837329412Continue reading Sunday Census: Road trip success, struggles, and early MVP candidates