About Last Night #62: The Battle of the Tkachuks sees a goal for one, a victory for the other

OTTAWA, ON - FEBRUARY 24: Brothers Brady Tkachuk #7 of the Ottawa Senators and Matthew Tkachuk #19 the Calgary Flames pose for a photo during warm up prior to a game at Canadian Tire Centre on February 24, 2019 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Matt Zambonin/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Calgary Flames kicked off a three game Eastern conference road trip. The short roadie started yesterday in Ottawa, and will see them visit New York and New Jersey to face the Islanders and the Devils before returning back to Calgary for Jarome Iginla's big night. The Flames looked to extend their current four game…

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About Last Night #61: Mangiapane’s late goal gets the Flames past the Ducks

CALGARY, AB - FEBRUARY 22: Andrew Mangiapane #88, T.J. Brodie #7 and Dalton Prout #6 of the Calgary Flames celebrate a goal against the Anaheim Ducks during an NHL game on February 22, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Calgary Flames finished up their three game home stand Friday night, taking on their Pacific Division rivals; the Anaheim Ducks. The Flames dropped the sole match-up early in the season on the road, so evening the season series was the main priority. Looking for their fourth win in a row, the team turned to…

About Last Night #60: Flames double up Islanders, Gaudreau hits a milestone

CALGARY, AB - FEBRUARY 20: Matthew Tkachuk #19 of the Calgary Flames attempts to score on Thomas Greiss #1 of the New York Islanders during an NHL game on February 20, 2019 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Gerry Thomas/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Calgary Flames continued their three game home-stand on Wednesday night, as they hosted the New York Islanders; a clash between divisional leaders. After recording back-to-back wins, the Flames were looking to extend their winning streak and lead atop the Western Conference. Mike Smith made his fourth consecutive start for the Flames, going 2-0-1 over his…

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…

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…

The Flames’ Fantastic Five Pace the League

Enjoying one of their best offensive seasons in franchise history, the Calgary Flames are the only team to boast five 50+ point scorers on their roster. Not even the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning can say that. In fact, there are only 37 players in the entire NHL that have at least 50 points on the…

Sunday Census: James Neal, starting hot after the break, and trade deadline rumours

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/1091053875094646784…