Found September 16, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Follow Colin on Twitter!: @ColinDJD The Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers met each other twice on Saturday night for their home opening preseason games where each team walked away with a win. The two teams were split into two squads and two games on Saturday night; one held in Calgary and the other held in Edmonton. The first game played between the two squads was held in Calgary at the re...

Oilers, Nugent-Hopkins could finish deal soon

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins can’t play any games right now but that doesn’t mean he can’t sign a new deal that will guarantee he plays many more games with the Edmonton Oilers. The centreman who is recovering from shoulder surgery is closing in on a new deal. RNH’s agent Rick Valette spent some time at Rexall Place on Monday and was seen in the stands with Edmonton GM Craig MacTavish...

Oilers’ Taylor Hall tries to find the right speed to play at as a centre

Moving from left wing to centre is nothing more than a temporary adaptation as far as Taylor Hall is concerned. He went out for a test run on Saturday at Rexall Place playing between Ryan Smyth and Ales Hemsky in the Edmonton Oilers’ split-squad pre-season game against the Calgary Flames and wasted no time finding the back of the net in a 6-5 shootout loss. Twenty-four seconds...

Marincin lifts Oilers past Flames

Martin Marincin beat Joni Ortio with a wrist shot with 4:02 left to give the Edmonton Oilers a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night in a split-squad exhibition game. Ryan Jones opened the scoring for Edmonton in the first period, and David Perron made it 2-0 in the second. Emile Poirier and Mike Cammalleri scored for Calgary early in the third. Jason LaBarbera...

Flames rally to beat Oilers in shootout

Sven Baertschi and Roman Horak scored shootout goals to give the Calgary Flames a 6-5 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night in a split-squad exhibition game. Calgary overcame a 5-2 deficit to force overtime, with Lance Bouma, Josh Jooris and TJ Galiardi scoring in a 4:08 span in the third period. Ben Street and Dennis Wideman also scored for Calgary. Taylor Hall, Ryan...

Colin Dambrauskas: Calgary Flames / Ottawa Senators Post Game - Matt Stajan Drops the Mitts

Follow Colin on Twitter!: @ColinDJD The Calgary Flames took on the Ottawa Senators last night in Saskatoon Saskatchewan for their third game in just three days. Despite a 4-2 loss to the Sens, the Flames came out of the game with some positives, and well, memories. After David Jones took a big hit from Sens rookie Michael Sdao, Matt Stajan immediately stood up for his line...

Travis Yost: And a Few More Thoughts

Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- Ottawa's second preseason game in as many days -- this one against the Calgary Flames in Saskatoon -- was another victory (4-2) for Paul MacLean's team. Unlike Sunday's affair against Winnipeg, Ottawa's lineup against Calgary was mostly comprised of project players and prospects, likely the result of Ottawa playing in...

Colin Dambrauskas: Game Day Blog: Calgary Flames vs Ottawa Senators

Follow Colin on Twitter!: @ColinDJD The Ottawa Senators will play host to the Calgary Flames tonight in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. After two games against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night, the Flames will be looking to play their first full squad preseason game tonight at 7pm ET. Tonight’s game should be a tough contest for the Flames as Ottawa has some real depth of...
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