Tag Archives: Cammalleri

Budweiser Red Light Brigade takes over the Saddledome

This week, I received an invitation from the Budweiser team to join about 2500 others in the Red Light Brigade at the Calgary Flames game. I wasn’t sure exactly what it would be like, but I did know that they’d be supplying fans in all sections behind the nets with red light flashing helmets. That […]

Danny Taylor gets his first NHL win, Flames beat Canucks

Calgary Flames goaltender Danny Taylor has his first NHL win, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. The Plymouth, UK-born goaltender stopped 29 shots to help the Flames beat the Canucks 4-2, and in doing so, becomes only the 3rd UK-born goaltender to win an NHL game. Taylor had a lot of help […]

Flames explode late in 3rd for win over Coyotes

Oh boy! It’s a win streak. It seems like a long time since I’ve said that when speaking about the Flames, but it’s true, and it came in a dramatic fashion last night. Trailing the Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 with less 2 minutes to play in the 3rd period, it seemed that the Flames would end […]

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Flames light it up on 25th anniversary of 1988 Olympics

The Calgary Flames found their scoring touch on the 25th anniversary of the Opening Ceremonies of the 1988 Winter Olympics as they beat the Dallas Stars 7-4 at the Saddledome tonight. Mike Cammalleri scored his 200th career NHL goal into the empty-net with 1:26 remaining in the game to seal the win in a wild […]

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Flames keep playoff hopes alive with win over Stars

The Calgary Flames playoff hopes keep sputtering along. As they have done for the past couple seasons, the Flames are leaving the drama right to the end. Tonight’s game was the “see” end of the see-saw that has been the Flames season… as in: “See! We are still alive.” But it gives some fans some […]

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Miikka Kiprusoff shuts out LA Kings, leads Flames into top 8

Miikka Kiprusoff stopped all 28 shots from the LA Kings to lead the Calgary Flames to a 1-0 shutout win tonight. The shutout is Kipper’s 4th of the season and the 44th of his career. More importantly, the win moves the Flames into the playoff picture for the first time this season. Though they are […]

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Calgary Flames squeeze single point from OT loss in Dallas

With a Calgary win and a Phoenix regulation loss tonight, the Flames could have done something that they have yet to do this year: find themselves in the top 8 teams in the Western Conference. Unfortunately, the Dallas Stars were set on making the playoffs too, so they didn’t roll over and let Calgary get […]

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Calgary Flames beat Vancouver Canucks 3-2 in the shootout

Jarome Iginla scored the shootout winner and Miikka Kiprusoff stopped 29 of 31 shots to lead the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks tonight. The Flames opened the scoring at 17:23 of the first period when Mike Cammalleri scored his 12th goal of the season with a backhander/deflection off the leg […]

Cammalleri broke his silence in a tough 4-1 loss against L.A. at the ‘dome

The Flames have been a force to reckon with at the Scotiabank Saddledome winning their last eight straight at home. With only 3 points between the L.A. Kings and the Flames, Saturday’s game was no doubt a tough loss to swallow, giving up 3 easy goals in the 2nd even after consistent pressure for the […]

Out with the underachieved, in with the hope-to-achieve. Welcome back Cammalleri, we needed you.

Let the fan flags fly as we bid farewell to René Bourque in exchange for Montreal Canadiens, and former-Flame’ Mike Cammalleri, goaltender Karri Ramo and a fifth-round draft pick in the 2012 draft. This all in exchange for the struggling number 17, last year’s fifth-round draft pick Patrick Holland and a second-round draft pick in […]

Mike Cammalleri traded back to Calgary Flames, Bourque to Habs

It’s official. Mike Cammalleri has been traded back to the Calgary Flames and Rene Bourque is the newest member of the Montreal Canadiens. After playing the first two periods in Montreal’s game against the Boston Bruins, Cammalleri was apparently told not to come back on the ice and was sent to the team hotel instead. […]

Havlat Goal in Overtime Stuns Flames

Mike Cammalleri and Martin Havlat had a good battle, but it was Martin Havlat who had the last word. And it was a noisy last word. After taking a hi-stick (that was really more of a punch in the face) from Cammalleri, Havlat scored a late 3rd period goal to tie the game and eventually […]

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