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Hawks hang on to win 2-1 over Calgary Flames

The Hawks came in looking to rebound off of their loss in New York vs the Islander and bounce back they did. Most importantly they worked hard to beat a very hard working team and can take pride in their efforts and skate away with a solid team win.

Coming in the Hawks had to play within less than 24 hrs to a rested Calgary Flames team but somehow the Hawks were able to muster up the energy to put together a win.

The game also so Tim Erixon make his debut in a Blackhawks jersey and played on the third defensive pairing with Rozsival. Erixon had a solid game for his first and looked pretty comfortable on the backend. Welcome to Chicago and good luck with the Hawks.

The ga...

Pregame 2/6/14: Islanders vs. Flames

The Islanders return home after a short two game road trip as the final week of play before the Olympic break continues tonight against the Calgary Flames.

Kings vs. Flames Preview

Los Angeles Kings: 6-3-0 (12 points); T3rd Pacific, T4th Western - Streak: W2

Calgary Flames: 3-2-2 (8 points); 6th Pacific, T11th Western - Streak: L2

 

The Kings look to continue their hot streak tonight at the Staples Center where they will face the desperate Flames at 7:30. Los Angeles has won five of their last six games while Calgary has struggled in California dropping their most recent games to Anaheim and San Jose.

Heading into tonight's matchup the teams are gravitating in opposite directions. The Flames began the season collecting at least a point in their first five games but have lost their last two games giving up an average of four and a hal...

Game Preview: Flames vs Colorado Avalanche

The Flames head into Colorado tonight to face an Avalanche team that has seen five of their seven wins come on home ice at the Pepsi Center (5-2-1). This will be the second meeting between the clubs this season, with the Aves beating the Flames 6-3 on January 31st at the Dome. It was the Aves third straight victory over the Flames as they will look to make it four tonight.

Pre-Game: The Return of Hudler, Wings Host Flames

In a season rife with woes for the Detroit Red Wings to frown on, they can at least say they're off to a better start than this evening's opponents: the Calgary Flames. The Wings hope to get back into the win column tonight, but doing so will require them to hand a defeat to one of their most recently departed former teammates, forward Jiri Hudler.

Flames Lose in Dramatic Fashion

The Calgary Flames wasted an incredible effort last night and lost a heartbreaker of a hockey game to the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in a shootout.

The team and their fans deserved a much better fate...

But this is what happens when you leave Marian Hossa wide open in the slot with two seconds left.

Game Preview: Flames vs Chicago Blackhawks

Things do not get any easier for the Flames as they welcome their toughest test of the season to the Dome, the Chicago Blackhawks. The two teams are on the opposite end of the spectrum in the Western Conference. The Blackhawks have yet to lose in regulation and are tied for 1st with 14 points, while the Flames have got off to a terrible start and sit in the West’s basement.

The 2012-13 Calgary Flames: Dreaming With Eyes Wide Open

Would if you woke up and the NHL and the PA had made the deal that everyone is hoping for?

Would it be a dream come true? I think so.

Flames add Jiri Hudler: Feaster not done

The Flames added some offensive punch by signing Jiri Hudler to a 4 year deal worth $16 million.

Just three days earlier Feaster signed Dennis Wideman to a big contract.

It doesn't look like Feaster is done yet either.

Helm Inks 4-Year Deal

Detroit finally made a move of note this offseason by securing speedster Darren Helm till 2016. Helm signed a 4-year $8.5 Million contract, sources say, which gives him an average cap hit of $2.125 Million/year. This is great news, as Helm is one of the best energy players on the team--something the Wings could've used much more of during the playoffs.

Helm's season was interrupted last year by injuries, including a sliced tendon in the series against Nashville that sidelined him for the rest of the year. Surgery on the injured arm was successful, however, and Darren is expected to be ready for training camp and should be back to his old self in no time.