Joni Ortio has played very well in his two recent starts with the Calgary Flames. But, his lack of experience makes it hard to put him in net against the San Jose Sharks. See exactly why here.
Joni Ortio came up huge with 36 saves in a shutout win over the Vancouver Canucks on Jan. 10. It was the first of a five-game road trip and the win couldn't have come sooner.
On Jan. 9, the Calgary Flames waived forward Brian McGrattan and traded Corban Knight to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Drew Shore. Why are these good under-the-radar moves?
The Flames have a nice combination of talent returning from injury to help the team immediately, and talent that is preparing to help the team in the future. This rebuild may not last much longer.
The Calgary Flames have a fair bit of history despite not being around as much as some other teams. This history includes some great captains, and here are the five best.
The Calgary Flames are still very competitive in the Pacific Division, so each game going forward is crucial. Here are the five best to look forward to in 2015.
Johnny Gaudreau sure is fitting in nicely at the NHL level, most recently being named Rookie of the Month for December. Here is why he is doing so well at the NHL level despite his size (or lack of).
Going into their Dec. 31 game against the Oilers, the Flames are only two points back of second in the Pacific. Here are five keys to continue that success in 2015.
Dennis Wideman and Johnny Gaudreau were both held out of the lineup early on in the season by coach Bob Hartley. Since then, both players have been excellent, putting up big offensive numbers.
Undersized, but super-skilled Calgary Flames winger Johnny Gaudreau has put up some impressive numbers against the reigning champion Los Angeles Kings.