The Calgary Flames joined the rest of the Canadian teams in not making the 2015-2016 playoffs, but they are not looking to make that a recurring action. The franchise responded by replacing head coach Bob Hartley with Glen Gulutzan, formerly the assistant coach at the Canucks. The team will also be looking to do better with their defense and make some other changes to the roster to boost their chances for a strong season. Joe Colborne has said goodbye to the team, and Troy Brouwer, Chad Jonson, Alex Chiasson and Brian Elliott will don the jersey this year. Be sure to get your tickets on Razorgator now so that you do not miss any action from what promises to be a strong 2016-2017 season.
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The Calgary Flames won two in a row, but their streak ended early after they fell 2-4 to the Capitals on March 21. Against the Capitals, Sean Monahan scored in the first period to tie the score. The Capitals scored two in the second period to draw ahead. Troy Brouwer scored to close the gap, but it was not enough to get the victory. The Flames are on the road, playing the Predators on the 23 and the Blues on the 25, but they return home on the 27 to host the Avalanche, and then they host the Kings on the 29. Be sure to get your tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $18.
The Calgary Flames are on a roll. They narrowly beat the Penguins on March 13 in a shootout to keep their winning streak going, which has now reached 10 in a row. The Penguins scored first, but then Deryk Engelland tied it up. It was not long before the Penguins were once again ahead. Dennis Wideman scored in the second period to equalize. Early in the third period, Johnny Gaudreau scored to bring the Flames ahead, but the Penguins equalized to send the game into overtime. The game was decided when Kris Versteeg scored during the shootout. The Flames will look to keep their winning streak going when they host the Bruins, Stars and Kings on the 15, 17 and 19 respectively. Tickets are available for $69 and up.
The Calgary Flames went on a four-game losing streak to wrap up January. Luckily, they were able to start fresh in February and bring home three wins in a row. On Tuesday night the Flames hit the road to skate against the Pittsburgh Penguins at the PPG Paints Arena. The Flames seemed to have the win in the bag when they headed into the third period up two points to nothing. However, the Penguins brought some surprises and were able to match the Flames two goals. The Flames had to rally together as a team during the shootout. This camaraderie put the Flames in the winning seat over the Penguins. Get your tickets today for their next game.
What is going on with the Calgary Flames lately? To some fans, it hardly seems possible that they have been able to accrue 24 victories. The Flames only have one win in their last four games. On Thursday night, they hosted Nashville Predators. The visitors had a 3-0 lead going into the third period. Amazingly, Calgary did make a push to score three goals in the last minutes. Unfortunately, Nashville also snuck one in to win the game 4-3. Now, the Flames will embark on a road trip that will last for the rest of January. Catch them when they return on February 1 to host the Minnesota Wild. Tickets are $8.
The Calgary Flames have moved to a competitive No. 4 spot in the Pacific Division following a successful 5-7 run in the last two weeks. In Saturday’s showdown with Arizona, the Flames scored all four of their goals in the first period. The rest of the game was spent defending against the Coyotes’ attempts at a comeback, but Calgary held on for the eventual 4-2 victory. Up next, the Flames face back-to-back games against the ‘Nucks. Things kick off on Friday, Jan. 6, at Rogers Arena, and then the teams will travel to Calgary to face off at the Dome on Saturday. We have a great selection of seating available at both venues. Get your tickets now!
The Calgary Flames are doing a great job of making good on power plays this season. In a December 19 game against the Arizona Coyotes, the score was tied 2-2 as the teams headed into the last half of the third period. By the time the final buzzer sounded the Flames had scored a third power-play goal and a late empty netter to secure a 4-2 victory. In addition to the hat trick of power-play goals, Calgary’s defense managed to stop all five of Arizona’s power plays. The Flames will look to stay hot against another streaking squad when the Anaheim Ducks come to town on December 29. Tickets for that game are available starting as low as $31.
The Calgary Flames are living up to their name at the moment, heating up the ice with four wins in a row. They looked fantastic in their clash with the Minnesota Wild, defeating the home team in a shootout 3-2. The Flames followed that victory up with a ridiculous 8-3 win against the Anaheim Ducks on the road. After one more away game against the Arizona Coyotes, Calgary will return home to host the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday, December 10. This matchup should prove slightly more challenging, so be there to cheer on the Flames. Tickets are already on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $23.
This could be the beginning of a long road trip for the Calgary Flames. Although they won their first of six away games against the Detroit Red Wings, they followed that victory up with a loss on Monday night. The Flames visited First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY, for a match with the Sabres. Unfortunately for the visitors, the home team outscored them 4 - 2. Calgary will not return home to Scotiabank Saddledome until Wednesday, November 30. On that day, they will host the formidable Toronto Maple Leafs in a fierce Canadian rivalry game. You do not want to miss this one. Tickets are currently available for $31 and up.
Unfortunately for Calgary Flames fans, winning in Anaheim is just not a thing this team is capable of doing. The Flames played on the Ducks’ home ice on November 6 and lost by a convincing margin of 4-1. Calgary and Anaheim are relatively close in the standings and appear to have equal talent on paper, but the Flames have not won a road game against the Ducks since the 2004-2005 season. The good news is that Calgary heads back to regain home court advantage for a handful of games in the coming weeks, including a matchup with the Arizona Coyotes on November 16. Tickets for that game start as low as $8.
The Calgary Flames were badly in need of a win heading into a recent game against the St. Louis Blues, and the team got exactly it was looking for. Better still, the Flames’ win was in large part thanks to the strong play from goalie Brian Elliott, a player that Calgary acquired from St. Louis over the summer. Elliott had 23 saves in his first game against his former team, and the offense supported the strong defense with four goals, securing the game for the Flames by a final of 4-1. After a few road games, Calgary will be back at home to host the Dallas Stars on November 10. Tickets for that game start at $14.
The Calgary flames were able to put the puck in the net against the Edmonton Oilers on October 12. Unfortunately the team struggled to keep its opponent from doing the same. Six different Oilers’ players scored in the game, and the final score was 7-4 in what ended up being quite the shootout. The game was close during the first period, but by late in the second it was clear that the Flames would not come out on top in this showdown. Calgary has a string of home games coming up in which the club will look to get things back on track. The team hosts the Carolina Hurricanes on October 20, with tickets starting at $7.
The Calgary Flames are preparing for the start of the 2016-2017 NHL season like the rest of the league. Along with getting ready for the start of training camp, they are making some changes in their players and coaching staff. They have extended an invitation to Jamie Devane to attend their training camp. The team recently signed a one-year contract with defenseman Tyler Wotherspoon. They also sealed a deal with Sean Monahan for a seven-year contract extension. Former Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney will be the new pro scout for the team. The preseason starts for the Flames in a game against the Oilers at home on September 26. You can still get tickets for this and all games, with prices starting at just $6.