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Calgary Flames Fan Blog | Est. 2004

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Tampa 3 – Flames 2 (OT)

Tampa Bay returned to the Dome for the first time since the fabled game six debauchle that led many Flames fans to believe the NHL was fixed for American teams. Tonight there was a certain measure of revenge in the air, but would it transpose to on ice performance?...

Calgary 3 – Nashville 6

Calgary visited the Nashville center (it's not Gaylord anymore cause they pulled out) to vie for their third road win and sixth win in a row. If they could pull off the upset they would match a season best for road wins, pretty sad when you think about it. But just...

Comeback Win – Calgary 4 – St. Louis 2

The Calgary Flames were looking to extend a four game win streak and win back to back road games. The team hasn't one back to back on the road since November. Would the lowly Blues be the easy two points this team needed? Things started off alright, the Flames...

Road Win – Flames 4 – Oilers 2

Look at this, the eighth road win of the season, the lowest in the NHL, but perhaps a sign of things to come? Langkow scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and the Calgary Flames won their fourth in a row with a 4-2 victory over the struggling Edmonton...

Calgary 2 – Minnesota 1 (SO)

Miikka Dominates SHOOT OUT! You should come to expect some garbage and boring hockey when Minnesota comes into town. You should be penalised 10 points for playing a boring hockey style. Playing for regulation ties should be illegal in the new NHL. Calgary looked solid...

Flames 5 – Phoenix 2

Calgary Rebound Against Phoenix The Calgary Flames continued their dominance on home ice, but time will tell where they end up in the NW division race. They will have to start winning on the road with similar efforts like tonight. If you had to describe this win in...

Flames 7 – Sharks 4

Shoot Out at the OK Corral Calgary bounced back early in this one from yet another poor road trip. The fans are getting ancy and early on the Flames didn't disappoint. In fact, they jumped to a 2-0 lead in the 1st period courteousy of goals from Phaneuf and Langkow....

Flames 2 – Phoenix 3 (OT)

Calgary returned to action after a disappointing three game series against the Colorado Avalanche where the Flames only managed to collect 2 of 6 points. The NW division will leave the Flames in the dust if they don't start winning, and Phoenix is beatable team to do...

Flames 3 – Colorado 4

Avalanche Work Harder - Calgary Chickens Without Godard But hey, Bettman would prefer strong US markets than clean hockey. Colorado continues to show why they are quickly becoming the dirtiest team NHL. Vannannen wasn't even fined for his brutal hit on Moss, nor have...

Calgary 5 – Colorado 2

Calgary Chips Away for Home Win Jim Playfair apparently like to bench one of the leagues hottest players. In fact, even in tonight's game, Kristian Huselius started the game on the 4th line. However, this didn't stop him from making an impact. Huselius had two gaols...

Calgary 5 – Colorado 7

Calgary Blows Another Lead It's becoming a regular catch phrase in the Flames lingo, 'they were outworked', only this time it was in their own building. Calgary started the game with a nice 2-0 lead but collapsed late (with a minute left) in all three periods. For...

Flames 4 – Atlanta 1

Flames Bounce Back Winning All the Battles After a 7-4 drubbing two days ago in Detroit (should have been 13-0), the Calgary Flames were looking for revenge, or at least to right the ship. The game was a later start to accommodate an Edmonton game on TV (they lost...

Flames Embarrassed – Loose 7-4 to Detroit

Flames Play Worst Game of the Season The score did not depict how this game truly transpired. It should really really read 6-1, and realistically read 12-1 had it not been for some goaltending. Calgary played by far their worst game of the season. Over 50 shots were...

Flames Loose Again to Sabers 3-2 (SO)

The Flames entered one of the toughest buildings in the league to face the Sabres who are the second best team in the NHL. There were times when you were holding onto your seat and Buffalo danced around Calgary defencemen, but the Flames also had their odd-man...