While the Flames have been looking for depth scoring all year, it finally came through in a big win Thursday night over New Jersey. A good start to the game was hampered by an early Devils goal from Jack Hughes off a great stretch pass by Taylor Hall. The Flames answered though, with a beautiful … Continue reading About Last Night 19: Depth scoring helps Flames beat Devils
The Calgary Flames made their way back to the Scotiabank Saddledome Tuesday night after their five-game road trip. Coming off a loss in Washington, the Flames were looking to get back on the right track with a win against the Arizona Coyotes. Although playing from behind for the majority of the game, the Flames used … Continue reading About Last Night 18: Flames stage another miraculous comeback in win against Coyotes
The Flames started fast in this game, taking the lead with an Andrew Mangiapane goal five minutes in. The Capitals came roaring back with two quick goals by Jakub Vrana, the first on an odd man rush and the second off a turnover in the Flames zone. Elias Lindholm scored in the dying seconds of … Continue reading About Last Night 17: First line’s bad night spoils solid effort for the Flames.
After a thrilling overtime win against Nashville, the Flames continued their season-long five game road trip in Columbus. The visitors struck first after Joonas Korpisalo misplayed the puck right to Johnny Gaudreau. Two passes later, Sean Monahan put the puck into the roof of the net to put the Flames up by one. Then in … Continue reading About Last Night 16: Flames win second straight with shutout victory over Blue Jackets
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/1188946875904212992 … Continue reading Sunday Census: Potential call-ups and ending the slow start
Wow what a Halloween match. After a spooky first period where the Flames were outshot and outchanced completely, they went into the intermission down 2-1 despite playing abysmal hockey. There was more of the same through the second with the Flames allowing two shorthanded goals from Calle Jarnkrok . In the third the Flames came … Continue reading About Last Night 15: Find-a-way Flames are back, beat Nashville Predators in thrilling OT
After finishing first in the Pacific Division, first in the Western Conference, and second in the NHL through 82 regular season games last year, the Calgary Flames are floundering out the gate. They sit at a 6-6-2 record, good for just sixth place in the Pacific, ninth in the West, and 17th overall. They haven't … Continue reading Comparing the Calgary Flames’ starts in 2018 and 2019