Flames 4 – Ducks 3

December 23rd, 2008 | Posted in Calgarypuck News, Game Takes | By: Daniel Lemmon

The Flames were hoping for an early Christmas present tonight as they took on the Ducks of Anaheim. The Flames were searching for a win on home ice, something that has eluded them of late. So at the beginnings of a five game home stand, fans were looking for a treat of their own.
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Blues 3 – Flames 4 (OT)

December 6th, 2008 | Posted in Calgarypuck News, Game Takes | By: Daniel Lemmon

On Tuesday night, the Flames fell victim to the wrath of Sean Avery…sort of. With the villainous Avery making a B-line for TSN cameras to deliver another address from the land of ridiculous he succeeded in turning his own team against him, and the Stars used him as a rallying point to trap the Flames to a 3-1 win.
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Flames De-throne Kings

November 25th, 2008 | Posted in Calgarypuck News, Game Takes | By: Daniel Lemmon

Flames 6 – Kings 2

With an insufferable loss against one of the top teams in the league on Saturday night, the out of the playoff picture Los Angeles Kings were likely just what the doctor ordered for the Flames to get back on the winning side of things. Add to the fact that the Kings came into Calgary going 0-9 against the North West division, and in particular being dominated by the Flames of late. Indeed the Flames were eager to please those searching for a win, and did so in a big way. - Full Article –


Calgarypuck Finds Its Voice

September 4th, 2008 | Posted in Calgarypuck News | By: D'Arcy McGrath

The hard working Calgarypuck crew is pleased to announce Calgarypuck radio, a new feature to accompany the successful website and its online community this fall.

Our plan is to take advantage of the type of hockey fan that frequents Calgarypuck.com and focus on the hockey addict, the top of the hockey pyramid, and not dummy the show down to the lowest common denominator.
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Calgarypuck.com Launches a New Look

May 31st, 2008 | Posted in Calgarypuck News | By: D'Arcy McGrath

With the Stanley Cup Final winding down you would think the hockey season is just about over. Think again!

In Canada, hockey is a 12 month, 365 day season with the cup presentation merely setting the starting point of the season to come including the entry draft, free agency and then of course training camp.
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