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UPCOMING GAMES
1/28 STL at CGY
1/29 CGY at EDM
2/1 EDM at CGY
2/4 SJS at CGY
2/6 NSH at CGY
2/8 CGY at VAN
2/10 CGY at SJS
2/12 CGY at LAK
2/13 CGY at ANA
2/15 CHI at CGY

LAST 10 GAMES
1/13 CGY 0 at MTL 2 Lost F
1/11 EDM 3 at CGY 4 Won F
1/9 MIN 1 at CGY 2 Won F
1/7 CGY 2 at CHI 1 Won F
1/5 CGY 5 at MIN 4 Won SO
1/2 NYR 3 at CGY 4 Won F
12/31 CHI 5 at CGY 3 Lost F
12/29 VAN 5 at CGY 2 Lost F
12/27 CGY 5 at EDM 1 Won F
12/23 CGY 0 at MIN 3 Lost F
Won-6  Lost-4  OT-0

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Next game will be against Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday, January 16, 2020 in Toronto Air Canada Centre
Last game against Toronto Maple Leafs which was played in Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome on 12/12/2019 Flames won 4-2
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Akim Aliu says Bill Peters ruined, deterred his career in candid interview
Months after shaking the hockey world by publicly accusing then-current Calgary Flames head coach Bill Peters of directing racial slurs towards him in 2009-10 while the two were members of the AHL's Rockford Ice Hogs, Akim Aliu is ensuring that the conversation he began continues on. In an interview with Ron MacLean, which aired during the first intermission of Hockey Night in Canada, Aliu held nothing back, discussing the impact Peters had on his career and professional life in a refreshingly candid manner. “I truly believe (Bill Peters) ruined and deterred my career,” Aliu asserted.
Posted: 01/19/2020

Senators down Flames to end 9-game slide
Brady Tkachuk, Connor Brown and Vladislav Namestnikov each had a goal and an assist and Marcus Hogberg stopped 40 of 42 shots as the Ottawa Senators snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the visiting Calgary Flames on Saturday afternoon. Chris Tierney and Colin White also scored goals for the Senators, who won for the first time since before Christmas, a 3-1 home win over Buffalo on Dec. 23. It was Brown's third consecutive multi-point game and the second career win for Hogberg.
Posted: 01/19/2020

Resurgent Blackhawks visit Maple Leafs
The Chicago Blackhawks will try to extend their winning streak to four games when they visit the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. After playing the NHL's toughest schedule over the first 42 games, the Blackhawks have won four of six games against mostly lesser teams. While losses during the recent stretch have been to the Nashville Predators and Calgary Flames, Chicago visits Toronto coming off a 4-1 road win Wednesday over the Montreal Canadiens.
Posted: 01/18/2020

NHL roundup: Ovechkin leads Caps with 2nd straight hat trick
Alexander Ovechkin recorded a hat trick to pass Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux for 10th place and tie Steve Yzerman for ninth place on the NHL's all-time goals list and the Washington Capitals rallied for a 6-4 victory over the host New York Islanders on Saturday afternoon. Ovechkin tied Lemieux midway through the first period with a breakaway goal but after his 690th goal, the Capitals did little offensively until their comeback bid in the third to win their third straight game.
Posted: 01/19/2020

Paul Stastny shows off his toughness
Cale Makar had an unassisted goal, and Andre Burakovsky notched a goal 22 seconds later, and the Blues were only able to respond with one goal from Alex Pietrangelo in the third. Gabriel Landeskog tacked on the empty-netter, and the Avs exacted a little revenge and made up a small piece of ground in the Central Division, but they have plenty of distance to make up still. Edmonton Oilers 7, Arizona Coyotes 3 The Oilers and Coyotes posted a football-like score in this one.
Posted: 01/19/2020

Canucks handle Sharks, leap into Pacific lead
Tanner Pearson collected one goal and one assist, while goaltender Thatcher Demko made 17 saves as the host Vancouver Canucks beat the San Jose Sharks 4-1 Saturday night and moved atop the Pacific Division standings. The Canucks, who have won four of five games overall and eight straight at home, are one point ahead of the Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames, Vegas Golden Knights and Arizona Coyotes in the standings. It's the first time the top five teams in a division have been separated by one point since it happened with the Norris Division on Jan. 1, 1987.
Posted: 01/19/2020


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 23 13 7 3
AWAY 25 12 11 2
TOTAL 48 25 18 5

JANUARY STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 3 3 0 0
AWAY 3 2 1 0
TOTAL 6 5 1 0

PACIFIC DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
ARZ 49 26 18 5 57 142 128
EDM 48 25 18 5 55 148 150
CGY 48 25 18 5 55 131 141
VAN 47 25 18 4 54 155 147
VGK 49 24 19 6 54 151 149
SJS 48 21 23 4 46 129 159
LAK 48 18 25 5 41 121 150
ANA 46 17 24 5 39 116 147

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. STL 47 30 10 7 27 67
2. DAL 46 27 15 4 15 58
3. ARZ 49 26 18 5 14 57
4. COL 46 25 15 6 27 56
5. EDM 48 25 18 5 -2 55
6. CGY 48 25 18 5 -10 55
7. VAN* 47 25 18 4 8 54
8. WPG* 47 25 18 4 5 54
9. VGK 49 24 19 6 2 54
10. NSH 45 21 17 7 3 49
11. CHI 47 21 20 6 -15 48
12. MIN 46 20 20 6 -19 46
13. SJS 48 21 23 4 -30 46
14. LAK 48 18 25 5 -29 41
15. ANA 46 17 24 5 -31 39
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