The Flames came out flying in the first but quickly reverted back to the 'old' Flames and for got how to play hockey.
A quick three goals by the Sharks and the game was pretty well over.
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The Flames decided it best not to show up in the most crucial game of the season.
So be it. The 2012 NHL Playoffs will begin in 2 weeks and the Flames will, once again, not be apart of it.
Had the opportunity to be interviewed on CBC Radio this afternoon regarding the Flames current playoff surge.
Will they or wont they?
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Matt Stajan provided the heroics for the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night potting the game winner 4:20 into the extra frame.
It was the 4th win in a row for the Flames who now sit in a tie for 8th with three other teams.
The Flames have re-called Sven Baertschi from the WHL's Portland Winterhawks.
A move fans have been eagerly waiting for since the Flames drafted him back in 2011.
The Flames once again blew a big lead and lost in a shootout.
Now, they sit one point back of the 8th and final spot and need to wake the hell up if they pan on playing playoff hockey in April.
Will Jay Feaster make a move or will he stand pat? All is answered here.
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.
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?
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