Found March 30, 2012 on
Even if the Avs miss the playoffs, there are two good reasons to hope for next season: Erik Johnson and Semyon Varlamov.
In what was a must win game, the Avs put on a perfect exhibition to down the Calgary Flames 4-1
Semyon Varlamov was phenomenal for the Avs, as he has been all month, making 38 saves and Erik Johnson played outstanding three-zone hockey.
Landeskog had two assists and fac...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Calgary Flames, currently sitting in 11th place in the Western Conference, three points out of the 8th and final playoff spot, found themselves fighting for their postseason lives Wednesday night, taking on the current eight-seed Los Angeles Kings at the Saddledome. With a scant five games remaining heading into its tilt with the Kings, [...]
We’ve seen all sorts of fan protests over the years. Brown paper bags over the head are probably the most common. Miami Dolphins fans recently picketed in front of Sun Life Stadium. But, the organized mass exit by Lions fans in 2005 (known as the “Millen Man March”) is probably my favorite.
During Wednesday night’s Calgary Flames game, one disgruntled fan decided...
Canucks host the Not Out Flames Saturday night
The Vancouver Canucks extended their win streak to five games last night and in the process they returned to the team that resembled the one that won the President’s trophy last season. On Saturday night the Canucks host a Calgary team that saw their playoff chances all but disappear with their seventh loss in eight games on Friday...
Flames vs Canucks Game Recap
Did you miss the Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks Saturday night on Hockey night in Canada?
BOXSCORE | Q’s POST GAME RECAP
We’ve got the highlights for you.
Flames vs. Canucks highlights courtesy NHL.com.
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