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These appear to be the Calgary Flames’ third jerseys for this season, brought to us by NHL 14. The red jerseys feature ‘Calgary’ in script across the front with the flaming “C” logo right below it. I think the jersey would be a lot better without the “C” underneath and , though they’re not the worst, I’m not a huge fan of these unis.
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This is not the first time a video game has spilled the beans on a team’s new jerseys and it probably won’t be the last time. The Calgary Flames third jersey had previously been “locked” so all you saw was a jersey with a lock on it, but a new roster download made these third jerseys appear. The Calgary Flames had done a good job keeping the secret, but it looks like...
The Calgary Flames' home, the Scotiabank Saddledome, suffered severe damage when torrential floods wreaked havoc in Southern Alberta this past summer, and Sportsnet posted all 45 minutes' worth of an hour-long special on the Flames as well as the province's attempts to recover from the flood. The series is a two-parter, and it's worth watching:
The Calgary Flames announced that center Matt Stajan is considered “week-to-week” with a deep leg contusion likely suffered during Thursday’s game against the Washington Capitals. That opens the door for Joe Colborne to make his Flames debut against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday.
Stajan 29 is entering the last year of a deal that nets him a $3.5 million salary cap hit...
Win and you’re in.
That’s the early message for the goaltenders in the first week of the Calgary Flames season.
Head coach Bob Hartley said Joey MacDonald will be in the net when the Flames meet the Vancouver Canucks in Sunday’s home-opener at the Saddledome (6 p.m. Sportsnet West Sportsnet FAN 960).
Karri Ramo was between the pipes for Thursday’s season-opening 5-4 shootout...
Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News is reporting that the Flyers are interested in acquiring forward Curtis Glencross from the Calgary Flames.
The Flames are looking for a veteran defenseman in return for Glencross, which could give the Flyers a chance to dump Andrej Meszaros.
Glencross would likely fit in somewhere on the 3rd line in Philadelphia. The move would push...
from Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News,
With the Flyers limping to an 0-3 start, the whispers are quickly growing louder and louder that jobs are on the line.
No one has ever accused Flyers chairman Ed Snider of being a patient man.
Is it possible that the Flyers would consider making a trade first?...
So far, the Flyers have shown interest in the Flames...
Though it's still early, the Calgary Flames are proving the naysayers wrong.
Promising rookie Sean Monahan is a big reason why.
The Flames try to build on an encouraging start in Sunday night's home opener against the Vancouver Canucks.
Picked by many to finish at the bottom of the Pacific Division, Calgary (1-0-1) has surprised in the early going. After picking up a point...
It served as the ideal place for a coach’s cop-out.
To mumble something about a moral victory. About taking out positives about finding silver linings. About his group taking manly strides — in a hostile environment in the first appearance of the regular season.
But Bob Hartley in the morning had insisted that he would not take the easy way out this winter.
And hours later...
The Canucks head into Calgary after stomping all over the Oilers at home (just like the good old days) and giving fans a whole lot of optimism after a mini panic set-in across Canuck nation on Thursday.
The high flying/high scoring Canucks were back for one night at least, beating the Oilers 5-2 at home on Saturday night. They outshot the Oilers badly (43-23) and the Canucks’...