The fourth straight win should not only rejuvenate the confidence for fans in general, but also for the fearless Flames â€“ they now know that even after trailing by three goals, they have the propensity to come back and also defend their lead. Conspicuously, the shut out win against the Colorado has verified the strong defence and fore checking skills, which the boys had displayed with cohesiveness and determination. Hence, it is only reasonable to bury the past skepticism about the new additions on ice.
After the win against Colorado, the Calgary Flames are (5-3-1) should be looking forward with optimism to challenge the Boston Bruins. Comparing the teams statistically, both have won 5 games a piece, although the visitors have a slight advantage over the home team who is trailing by two points. Moreover, since they failed to capitalize on power play on Tuesday night, the Flamesâ€™ power play percentage remains stagnant at 20:41%, which puts them marginally behind their counterparts in this respect as well. Alternatively though, the Flames have a great penalty killing record, which should establish the desired momentum. Along with the consistency they have shown of late, they should have no problem in combating the Bruins. Optimistically, if they believe they can, then the Flames can.
The game will be aired on Thursday, October 30th at 7:00 pm. Please note that this game will be broadcast on cityTV and the voice of the Flames will be aired on The Fan 960. Stay tuned.
p.s. The game will not be televised on Sportsnet due to the possibility of Game 6 in the Worlds Series.