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Game Day: Flames at Anaheim

How the mighty have fallen. The Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames, who were among the final four teams in the Western Conference last spring, meeting each other in the second round of the playoffs, are a combined seven games below .500 this season. 989 more words

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Flames notes: Gaudreau skates in 100th NHL game

At several points in Johnny Gaudreau’s career, he’s been told he’s too small.

Too small to play minor hockey.

Too small to play college.

Too small to play professional. 465 more words

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Overtime bounce lifts Calgary Flames past Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in OT

The bounces, as they say, have not been in favour of the Calgary Flames.

It’s mild understatement for their first 14 games of the season but, being the glass-half-full type he is, Bob Hartley was convinced his club would get a break sooner or later. 585 more words


Time to Cash in on your Calgary Stars?

At the end of the 2014/15 regular season the Calgary Flames surprisingly clinched automatic playoffs by coming 3rd in the Pacific Division, with 97 points and a +25 goal difference, which was superior to their fellow divisional qualifying teams. 336 more words


Slim secondary scoring among culprits for Flames' slow start

It’s no secret that the Flames depend on their top-line for a huge portion of their offence.

Together, Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, and Jiri Hudler’s point total is 22 which equals the point total of the rest of the team combined. 660 more words

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Frolik bumped up as Flames, searching for the right mix, break up top line

It’s been like clockwork, at least since the middle of the 2014-15 National Hockey League season.

The Calgary Flames’ top line has remained unchanged: Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, and Jiri Hudler. 661 more words

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Flames spoil Canucks' home opener

Johnny Gaudreau considers himself a pass-first kind of guy.

“Definitely more of a passer than a shooter,” the Calgary Flames winger said with a grin. 937 more words

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