A Tale of Disconcerting Days

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The Flames wasted no time these past few days. First: Try and get Ryan Smyth (what), raise middle finger to Edmonton. Ok, that didn’t work out. Second: Ask Robyn Regehr to waive NMC so he can be shipped to Buffalo. […]

Calgary Flames: UFAs and Cap Space

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With the end of another playoff-less season comes a series of predictions, plans, and most of all, a lot of questions. Mainly, what is going to be done about the Flames? I think it’s safe to say that a team […]

Calgary Flames: ‘Twas a Valiant Effort

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Let the finger-pointing to begin! All Flames fans, players, coaches, etc can say what they will, but it was ultimately too little too late. The Flames managed to do their part against the formerly known (for a whole 3 days) […]

Deja Vu? The Calgary Flames and a Familiar Battle for the Playoffs

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This season has most certainly been an interesting one thus far. Regardless of the outcome, I think it’s fair to say we can hand it to the Flames for turning themselves from a bottom-feeding disaster to a legitimate playoff contending […]

Welcome Back, Mr. Langkow

REUTERS/Sarah Conard

The unfortunate free-fall of the Flames as of the last ten games may have practically diminished all playoff hopes, but at least the Flames have something to be happy about in these remaining games; the return of centre Daymond Langkow. […]

It May Be Time to Stick a Fork in the Flames

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I was worried about this California road trip, and it was obviously for good reason. Going 0-1-2, the Flames did pretty much the exact opposite of what they needed to do. And though I’m not usually one to seek the […]

Calgary Flames on California Road Trip: Be Afraid!


The next three games will most likely make or break the Flames’ season. The three game skid finally ended against Colorado on Thursday night, but its effects are evident. LA and Anaheim still have games in hand against the Flames, […]

Phoenix Coyotes Sweep Calgary Flames in Crucial Match

Bouwmeester set an NHL record for consecutive games played by a defenseman at 496 games in tonight's game against the Coyotes. REUTERS/Todd Korol

As brutal as this is to say, the Coyotes most certainly had the Flames’ number this season. Every. Boring. Neutral zone. Number. After a disjointed effort in the first, followed by a series of terrible mistakes on the behalf of […]

Flames Rout Blues, Kiprusoff Not Human

Calgary Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff makes a save during the second period of their NHL hockey game against the St. Louis Blues in St. Louis, Missouri, March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Sarah Conard

It’s been a season of ups and downs, but Miikka Kiprusoff has proven that he will be the difference maker in times of struggle for the the Flames. Yes, the score ended up being 6-0, but up until the third […]

Calgary Flames: Some Thoughts on the Trade Deadline

Curtis Glencross is a hot commodity and recently subject to trade rumours. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntosh)

The deadline is February 28th and the focus on the Flames seems more prominent than ever. Darryl Sutter had been pretty famous for making big trades in his last few years as GM. From the Brad Stuart for Andrew Ference […]

Calgary Flames Game Day: Stay the Course


Now that my website has finished all the necessary upgrades, it’s time to return the talk to this Calgary Flames team. After a spectacular Heritage Classic event, where the Calgary Flames went on to defeat the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 (or as […]

Flames Seek to Retain Playoff Position Against the Senators Tonight

AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Larry MacDougal

AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Larry MacDougal 8th place has never sounded so sweet. This feeling of pure bliss was welcoming us Flames fans in on Monday after a win against the Chicago Blackhawks put the Flames back in a playoff […]