Analyzing the Flames’ potential defensive deployment in 2019-20

The dog days of the summer are coming to a close, and the 2019-20 season couldn't come any sooner. With just over a month remaining before training camps get underway, the Calgary Flames' roster looks to be somewhat set. Barring the results of the Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane contracts, the Flames should just have … Continue reading Analyzing the Flames’ potential defensive deployment in 2019-20

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Yet another reason Mark Giordano deserves the Norris

We'll all soon find out if Mark Giordano will win the award he has rightfully earned due to his stellar regular season. Heading into the event tonight, he's the odds on favourite to win the award, and many voters have already stated that they've penned in Giordano as the Norris Trophy winner on their ballots. … Continue reading Yet another reason Mark Giordano deserves the Norris

CALGARY, AB - MARCH 19: Matthew Tkachuk #19, Noah Hanifin #55 and teammates of the Calgary Flames celebrate a goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets during an NHL game on March 19, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

Flames’ solid defensive corps optimal for the playoffs

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are just around the corner, and the Calgary Flames are adding the finishing touches to their lineup. Between resting some players and doing everything they can to get Johnny Gaudreau to the elusive 100 point mark, the Flames close out the season with luxuries they wouldn't have afforded had they not … Continue reading Flames’ solid defensive corps optimal for the playoffs

SAN JOSE, CA - MARCH 31: Michael Frolik #67 and Rasmus Andersson #4 of the Calgary Flames celebrate scoring a goal at SAP Center on March 31, 2019 in San Jose, California (Photo by Brandon Magnus/NHLI via Getty Images)

About Last Night #79: Flames crush Sharks, clinch the Pacific Division and Western Conference

The Calgary Flames had to embrace their inner BTO and take care of business themselves against the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night. After the Sharks came back to win against the Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night, the Flames needed a victory in any matter to clinch both the Pacific Division and Western Conference. … Continue reading About Last Night #79: Flames crush Sharks, clinch the Pacific Division and Western Conference

CALGARY, AB - MARCH 29: Sean Monahan #23 of the Calgary Flames skates against Adam Henrique #14 of the Anaheim Ducks during an NHL game on March 29, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

About Last Night #78: Flames score six unanswered to roast the Ducks

The last two games haven't been the Calgary Flames' best, but luckily the same can be said for the rest of the Pacific division. Therefore, the Flames still control their own destiny in terms of clinching home ice throughout the playoffs, but a win against the lowly Anaheim Ducks would surely help right the ship. … Continue reading About Last Night #78: Flames score six unanswered to roast the Ducks

Bill Peters coaching the Calgary Flames. Photo by Mark Humphrey/Associated Press/File

The Calgary Flames will win the Cup because they have all six Infinity Stones

Come April 2019, the Avengers will be doing #WhateverItTakes to stop Thanos, and the Calgary Flames will be doing #WhateverItTakes to win the Stanley Cup. Not unlike the Avengers, the Flames have enjoyed their fair share of stopping the bad guys. They've ascended to the top of the NHL, only behind the Thanos Bay Lightning. … Continue reading The Calgary Flames will win the Cup because they have all six Infinity Stones

CALGARY, AB - MARCH 25: Andrew Mangiapane #88 of the Calgary Flames and Drew Doughty #8 of the Los Angeles Kings compete for position in front of Jack Campbell #36 of the Los Angeles Kings during an NHL game where the Calgary Flames hosted the Los Angeles Kings on March 25, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

About Last Night #76: Flames can’t solve Campbell, get shutout by Kings

On the heels of three straight victories and increasing their point cushion on the Western Conference to six points, the Flames were back in action against the Los Angeles Kings. The second worst team in the NHL this season didn't present an interesting match-up, but pre-game comments from Drew Doughty made things much more interesting. … Continue reading About Last Night #76: Flames can’t solve Campbell, get shutout by Kings