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Consistency Is Key For Flyers Down The Home Stretch

When it comes to the Flyers, if it’s not one thing, it’s another.

If the forwards provide an offensive onslaught, the defense and/or goaltending breaks down.

If the back end is solid, the offense is lifeless.

Lately, it seems like the Flyers cannot find their consistency, and it is costing them points that they can’t afford to lose.

Game Preview: Flames vs Phoenix Coyotes

The Flames and Coyotes come into the Saddledome tonight for their second meeting of the season and to clash in crucial game number 61. The Coyotes came away with a 2-1 overtime victory on Feb. 9 in the Desert and will look for their 4th consecutive victory. The Coyotes are one of the hottest teams in the league going 8-1-1 in their past ten games. The Flames on the other hand will look to bounce back after an extremely disappointing 6-1 loss to their provincial rivals, the Edmonton Oilers. The Flames currently sit in 9th sitting a point back of the Los Angeles Kings and sit 4 points back of the 7th place Coyotes.

Game Day Preview 02/21/12: Flames vs Oilers

Even with their offense struggling lately, the Calgary Flames look for a comfortable win tonight against the Edmonton Oilers.

Flames in Playoff Spot; PP Struggling

The Flames jumped into a playoff spot for the first time this season on Saturday night with a 1-0 win over the LA Kings.

What lies ahead for the Flames with 23 games left on the Sked?

Also, the PP has been struggling of late. Why is that?

Cammalleri ties it late; Flames get point

The Flames salvaged a point out of the Stars and Mike Cammalleri was a big help.

The Flames now sit two points back of both the Coyotes and the Kings, who they play on Saturday night, for the 8th and final playoff spot

Game Day Preview 02/16/12: Flames vs Stars

With the first of four games starting tonight, the Flames and the Stars both compete for one of the final playoff spots in the Western Conference.

Game Preview: Flames vs Toronto Maple Leafs

On a busy 9-game schedule in the NHL, no game could be more important than tonight’s match-up between the Flames and Leafs. Both teams are battling for the last playoff positions in their respective conferences, as the Leafs currently sit 8th in the East while the Flames are trying to gain ground on the 8th place Phoenix Coyotes, sitting 3 points back. Tonight will be the second and final meeting between the clubs as the Leafs took the first game back on October 15th at the Air Canada Centre, 3-2.

Olli Olli Oxen Free

Olli Jokinen and the Calgary Flames have had an interesting past three years to say the least.

Trading for him.

Trading him away in a bizarre situation.

Re-signing him five months later.

It's been odd. But now, he is the Flames leading scorer and has a contract expiring. What do you do with him?

Game Preview: Flames vs Vancouver Canucks

We celebrate a game today that means so much too so many Canadians and we are united by the beautiful game we call hockey for Hockey Day in Canada. The Canucks come into the dome tonight red hot, riding a 3 game winning streak while the Flames look to continue to push for that final playoff spot after losing Thursday night in Phoenix, 2-1 in OT. This is the fourth of six meetings between these Northwest division rivals, as the Canucks won the first two meetings with the combined score of 10-2 while the Flames took the last meeting 3-1 in Vancouver.

Game Preview: Flames vs Phoenix Coyotes

It should be a playoff type atmosphere in Phoenix tonight as the Flames head into the Desert to play the Coyotes. This is the first of four meetings between the clubs this season, with all of them coming in the next five weeks. The Flames come into Phoenix to play the back-end of a back-to-back after defeating the San Jose Sharks 4-3 last night in the Shark tank. The Coyotes on the other hand come in tonight red hot, defeating the Dallas Stars on Tuesday 4-1, for their 3rd win in a row. The two teams are neck and neck in the playoff race as the Coyotes sit 9th with 58 points and the Flames now sit in 10th with 57 points after their victory last night. Depending on how Minnesota does against Vancouver tonight, the winner of this game could find themselves in the final playoff spot for the time being.