Category Archives: Calgary Flames
Heading into the 2014-2015 NHL season, not many had the Calgary Flames in the postseason discussion, let alone being contenders in the hotly contested Pacific Division. They were a young team with veterans sprinkled throughout their lineup, but came together quickly as a unit. Against all odds, the Flames embarked on a remarkable season and one to remember for both players and fans alike. (more…)
On Wednesday, April 15th, the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks will square off in the first game of their Western Conference Quarterfinal matchup. In six previous playoff meetings, four of those times the winner has gone to the Stanley Cup Finals, including the last three series’. Will that trend continue in 2015? (more…)
As the 2014-15 season creeps near us it’s time to take a look at the teams around the league and predict where they may finish.
With the Olympics underway, and the NHL on a 17 day break or so, it is time to celebrate how great the game is as we watch the best players from around the world battle it out for the ultimate glory. However, in just a couple weeks we will be watching as our favourite teams decide whether to add depth, rebuild, move a goalie, or make a blockbuster move before the trade deadline strikes. So who are some names to really watch out for come March 5th or maybe even before? I have put together a list of guys who have a strong likelihood of switching teams and some to just keep an eye out for. (more…)
Reports have already begun circulating that Ray Shero plans on looking for a Top Six Winger to replace Pascal Dupuis as he will most likely be out the remainder of the season. While the rumor mill has been full of possible replacements; who is truly a good fit for the Penguins?
Remember when we were all making fun of Calgary because it was obvious they would do horrible this season? Calgary is laughing now. How is it Calgary is 3-0-2 so far this season? Here are your answers (in no particular order): (more…)
A year after Los Angeles won their first Stanley Cup, the Kings were one series away from returning for a chance to repeat. The Chicago Blackhawks had other ideas as they ousted LA in five games in the Western Conference Finals. Unlike the 1993 Kings that went to the Stanley Cup Finals (and lost to Montreal), this team is not going wait nearly 20 years for another chance. This team is poised and ready to fight their way back to the top, all the while chanting, “WE WANT THE CUP…AGAIN!” (more…)