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Die Calgary Flames (IPA: [ˈkælɡ(ə)ɹi fleɪms]) sind ein kanadisches Eishockey​franchise der National Hockey League aus Calgary in der Provinz Alberta. Calgary Flames, Calgary. Gefällt Mal. The official Facebook page of the Calgary Flames! Die Calgary Flames sind ein kanadisches Eishockeyfranchise der National Hockey League aus Calgary in der Provinz Alberta. Es wurde im November unter dem Namen Atlanta Flames gegründet und nahm zum Beginn der Saison /73 den Spielbetrieb.

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Die Calgary Flames sind ein kanadisches Eishockeyfranchise der National Hockey League aus Calgary in der Provinz Alberta. Es wurde im November unter dem Namen Atlanta Flames gegründet und nahm zum Beginn der Saison /73 den Spielbetrieb. Die Calgary Flames (IPA: [ˈkælɡ(ə)ɹi fleɪms]) sind ein kanadisches Eishockey​franchise der National Hockey League aus Calgary in der Provinz Alberta. Calgary Flames Seite auf teuntje.nu bietet Liveergebnisse, Resultate, Tabellen und Spielinformationen. – Atlanta Flames Heute: Calgary Flames. Mannschaftsfarben: Rot, Weiß, Gold, Schwarz. Team Adresse/Stadion: Scotiabank Saddledome. Calgary Flames, Calgary. Gefällt Mal. The official Facebook page of the Calgary Flames!

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Die Feldspieler kamen zu 38 Einsätzen, bei denen ihnen 14 Tore und 21 Vorlagen gelangen. Dieser verpasste danach 19 Spiele, jedoch zeigten die Flames in seiner Abwesenheit eine ausreichende Leistung um bis zu seiner Rückkehr im Playoff-Rennen zu bleiben und erreichten diese erstmals seit 9 Jahren wieder.

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Juuso Välimäki D. Nigel Dawes F. Corban Knight F. Jyrki Jokipakka D. Roman Cervenka F. Hunter Shinkaruk F. Jarome Iginla F. Theo Fleury F.

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Ilya Solovyov D. Jakob Pelletier LW. Ilya Nikolayev C. Josh Nodler C. Dustin Wolf G. Martin Pospisil C. The Flames followed up their run to the Finals with their best regular season to that point.

The season was also difficult off the ice, as first-round draft pick George Pelawa was killed in a car accident prior to the season's start. The Flames recorded their first point season in —88 , earning the Presidents' Trophy for having the NHL's best record and ending the Oilers' six-year reign atop the Smythe Division in the process.

In —89 , the Flames continued to improve. They captured their second consecutive Presidents' Trophy with a franchise record points, finishing 26 points better than the second-place Kings in the Smythe Division.

In the playoffs, the Flames were stretched to seven games in the first round by the Vancouver Canucks.

They relied on several saves by goaltender Mike Vernon, including a famous glove save off a Stan Smyl breakaway in overtime.

The save remains a defining moment in Flames history. The Flames then made short work of the Kings, defeating them in four straight, before eliminating the Chicago Blackhawks in five games to set up a rematch of the Stanley Cup Finals against Montreal.

This time, the Flames won in six games, the last being a 4—2 victory in Montreal on May 25, In , due in part to Cliff Fletcher's diplomatic efforts, the Soviets gave permission for a select group of Soviet hockey players to sign with NHL teams.

The first of these players was Sergei Pryakhin. Although Pryakhin never became an NHL regular, his arrival blazed a trail for the large number of Russian players who entered the NHL beginning in — The selection would prove controversial, prompting the NHL to amend the rules to exclude any player over age 26 from future consideration.

That season, the team fell two points shy of their third-straight Presidents' Trophy with 99 points. Also that season, they won their third straight Smythe Division title.

In the playoffs, they were dethroned in six games by the Los Angeles Kings. They would not win another playoff series until , one of the longest such droughts in NHL history.

He had been the team's general manager since its inception in The formerly inept Leafs turned into a contender almost immediately, while Leeman scored only 11 goals in a Flames uniform.

It was the first time the Flames had missed the playoffs since , when they were still in Atlanta. It was also only the third time out of the playoffs in the franchise's year history.

Calgary rebounded to make the playoffs for the next four seasons, including two consecutive division titles. However, they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs each time.

The and Division titles led to Game 7 overtime home defeats in the opening round to the Canucks and San Jose Sharks respectively. Iginla would make his Flames debut in the playoffs during which the Flames again lost in the first round, a four-game sweep by the Blackhawks.

In , only two years after winning their second consecutive division title, the Flames missed the playoffs and would not return for seven years.

During this time, the Flames found it increasingly difficult to retain their best players as salaries escalated while the Canadian dollar lost value against the American dollar.

As the Flames sank in the standings, their attendance also sagged. For most of their first 16 years in Calgary, Flames tickets were among the toughest to get in the NHL.

However, by , attendance had fallen off so severely that the owners issued an ultimatum: buy more season tickets or the team would join its departed counterparts in Winnipeg and Quebec City in leaving for the United States.

The fans responded by buying enough season tickets to keep the Flames in Calgary for the — season. One of the few bright spots in this stretch was Iginla, who captured the Maurice "Rocket" Richard and Art Ross Trophies in —02 as NHL goal- and point-scoring champion after scoring 52 goals and 96 points.

Regehr had suffered two broken legs in a car accident the summer of , but recovered in time to play 57 games at age During the —03 season , the Flames hired Darryl Sutter as the team's head coach, replacing Greg Gilbert , who was fired as the Flames languished in last place in the Western Conference.

After seven consecutive seasons of not making the playoffs, the Flames finally returned to the post-season in They became the first team in league history to defeat three division champions en route to becoming the first Canadian team to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals since the Canucks in It was the Flames' first playoff series win since they won the final.

Martin Gelinas scored the winning goal in all three series. The Canadian Embassy in Washington, D. The final series went to seven games, with the Flames suffering a controversial non-goal in Game 6 at home.

Replays showed Martin Gelinas may have scored what would have been the go-ahead goal late in the third period, however the referees never signalled a goal, and later replays were ruled inconclusive.

The goal would have made Gelinas the only player in NHL history to score the winning goal in every playoff series en route to winning the Stanley Cup.

The Lightning would go on to win the game in double overtime , [59] before winning game seven at home to capture the Stanley Cup. Despite the loss, 30, fans packed into Olympic Plaza to celebrate the Flames' run.

The Flames would not raise their Western Conference championship banner for nearly 15 months, as the —05 season was wiped out by a labour dispute.

The Flames played their 25th season in Calgary in —06 , finishing with points. It was their best total since the Cup winning season, and good enough to capture their first division title in 12 years.

However, the Flames lost to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in seven games during the first round of the playoffs.

Miikka Kiprusoff captured both the William M. The off-season began with a trade for Alex Tanguay , formerly of the Colorado Avalanche, [65] and with Sutter relinquishing his head coaching position to assistant Jim Playfair so he could focus on his duties as general manager.

In the playoffs, Calgary fell in six games to the top-seeded Detroit Red Wings in the first round. During the series, the Flames were fined by the NHL for several stick-related penalties in the fifth game.

Prior to the start of the —08 season , the Flames demoted Playfair to associate coach, bringing in Mike Keenan as the team's third head coach in three years.

Iginla also passed Theoren Fleury's mark of goals to become the Flames' all-time goalscoring leader on March 10, Despite another solid season with 94 points, they only garnered the seventh seed in the Western Conference.

Brent Sutter was named his successor on June 23, , but the Flames failed to qualify for the playoffs in the —10 season.

The Flames struggled to begin the —11 NHL season , falling to 14th place in the conference at the Christmas break. Consequently, the organization asked Darryl Sutter to step aside as general manager.

The team named assistant Jay Feaster the interim general manager in his place, [72] making it permanent following the season.

The Flames defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4—0 before 41, spectators. Miikka Kiprusoff became the first goaltender to record a shutout in an NHL outdoor game.

Louis Blues on April 1. He scored the goal against goaltender Niklas Backstrom en route to a 3—1 Flames victory. Prior to the beginning of the —14 season , Mark Giordano was named as the new captain of the Flames.

Aided from a goal rookie effort from Monahan, the Flames nonetheless endured a poor season, watching —13 co-leading scorers Mike Cammalleri and Lee Stempniak leave in free agency in the summer.

However, a bright spot came in the season's final game against the Vancouver Canucks , as fourth-round draft pick Johnny Gaudreau made his much-anticipated debut after winning the Hobey Baker Award at Boston College the day before.

Gaudreau recorded his first NHL goal in the contest, the lone goal in a 5—1 Flames loss. In the —15 season , the Flames, led by Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau, Mark Giordano and Jiri Hudler , won one of their final home games against the Los Angeles Kings to clinch their first playoff berth since , eliminating the defending champion Kings from playoff contention in the progress.

They eliminated the Vancouver Canucks in six games in the first round of the playoffs for their first playoff series win since , but were eliminated by the Anaheim Ducks in five games in the second round.

Head coach Bob Hartley was named the winner of the Jack Adams Trophy for coach of the year, while Hudler capped off his career-best point season good for eighth in the NHL with the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for most gentlemanly player.

In the —16 season , the Flames faced heightened expectations after their surprising —15 year. These expectations were bolstered after the unexpected acquisition of Dougie Hamilton from the Boston Bruins for a first-round pick and two second-round picks at the NHL Entry Draft.

However, along with the other six Canadian teams, the Flames failed to qualify for the playoffs. Bolstered by the emergence of the "3M Line", composed of Tkachuk, Mikael Backlund and Michael Frolik , the Flames rebounded to make the playoffs in the —17 season as the conference's first wild card seed, but they were swept by the Anaheim Ducks in the first round.

However, during the —18 season , the Flames once again failed to qualify for the playoffs, and Glen Gulutzan was relieved of his coaching duties in mid-April.

Flames general manager Brad Treliving was also active in free agency, signing scoring winger James Neal from Vegas on a five-year contract, utility centre Derek Ryan from Carolina on a three-year contract, high-scoring AHL winger Austin Czarnik from the Boston Bruins on a two-year contract, and depth forward Alan Quine from the New York Islanders on a one-year contract.

During the —19 season, the Flames retired Jarome Iginla's No. They went on to lose in the first round to the Colorado Avalanche in five games.

At the end of season, club captain Mark Giordano was awarded the James Norris Memorial Trophy after becoming the fifth defenceman in NHL history to record 60 points at the age of 35 or over.

For the —20 season , the Flames had some roster turnover with free agent goaltender Mike Smith signing with the Edmonton Oilers , while the Oilers' goaltender Cam Talbot signed a one-year-deal with the Flames.

Following accusations against head coach Bill Peters of racism and physical violence by former Flames' prospect Akim Aliu , [93] Peters was forced to take a leave of absence on November 26, pending the outcome of an internal investigation.

Assistant coach Geoff Ward was named the acting head coach during the investigation. Based on their regular season points percentage, they qualified for the playoffs as the eighth seed in the Western Conference and defeated the Winnipeg Jets in four games in the qualifying round.

The Flames faced the Dallas Stars in the first round of the playoffs, but lost the series in six games.

In , the Flames approached the Saddledome Foundation with a proposal to renovate the Olympic Saddledome , rename it the Canadian Airlines Saddledome and take over management of the facility.

Looking to fill extra dates in the Saddledome, the Flames agreed to a lease deal with the expansion Calgary Hitmen of the junior Western Hockey League who began play in and were partly owned by Theoren Fleury.

In April , the Flames announced that they would be opening a hybrid restaurant, bar and entertainment facility in downtown Calgary on Stephen Avenue.

In announcing the venture, Flames' President and CEO Ken King stated: "While hockey remains our core competency, we are constantly seeking new opportunities in which to grow the Flames brand and allow our fans greater opportunities to enjoy hockey.

We believe establishing a location outside of the Pengrowth Saddledome to share food, fun and hockey will bring our fans even closer to the team.

The Flames have maintained an active presence in the community since their arrival in Calgary. Among the many activities the Flames participate in, the Wheelchair Hockey Challenge with the Townsend Tigers has remained a highly popular tradition for both the players and the children involved.

In , the Tigers defeated the Flames to move to a perfect 27—0 record since the challenge was first instituted in During the Flames' run to the Stanley Cup Finals of , most of the Flames fans attending the hockey games at the Saddledome wore a red jersey with Calgary's flaming C on it.

Oiler fans were donning hats promoting "Hat Trick Fever" in their quest for three straight Stanley Cups. Flames fans countered by wearing red.

In the playoffs against Winnipeg, the Jets responded to the C of Red by encouraging fans to wear white, creating the "Winnipeg whiteout".

During the Flames' run to the Stanley Cup Finals of , the city of Calgary essentially became the host of a "non-stop party". The 17th Avenue SW entertainment district, which runs west from the Scotiabank Saddledome, saw as many as 35, fans pack the streets during the first three rounds of the playoffs, [43] and over 60, in the finals.

In April , the Calgary Police Service announced that Red Mile gatherings would not be encouraged, and that measures would be taken to discourage them, including traffic diversions, a zero-tolerance policy on noise and rowdy behaviour, and the presence of plain-clothed officers among the crowd to ticket offenders.

The public-address announcer is Alan Beesley. The Calgary Flames' original jerseys retained the basic design the team wore in Atlanta: white jerseys with red shoulders and red and yellow stripes, and solid red jerseys with yellow and white stripes.

In , the Flames modified their jersey design, adding black to the team's colour scheme. The new striping pattern included a diagonal set of stripes from the base of the jersey on the player's right side coming up to just below the logo.

The contrasting shoulder panels on both jerseys were extended down the sleeves, and contained the striping pattern on the forearms. For the —97 season, the Flames reintroduced the Atlanta logo as their alternate captain's patch, and briefly experimented with using a smaller version of the "flaming C" as a captain's patch.

Although the C was soon reverted to match the jersey's nameplate, the A logo patch remains in use to this day. In , to celebrate the "Year of the Cowboy", the Flames introduced its inaugural third jersey design, featuring the "flaming horse" logo on a black background.

This jersey was once again relegated to third jersey status in when the NHL adopted the coloured jerseys for the home team. In , with the introduction of the Rbk Edge jersey, the Flames updated their look once again, replacing the horizontal striping with vertical striping down the sides.

To honour the team's heritage, the Flames added the flags of Alberta and Canada as shoulder patches. The —10 version of the jersey was produced in the traditional style that preceded the Edge redesign; for the following season, the throwback design was adapted to the Edge format as the Flames' new regular third jersey.

For this event game, the Flames wore uniforms inspired by the Calgary Tigers , the city's first professional hockey team from the s, which represented the Western Canada Hockey League in the Stanley Cup Finals against the Canadiens.

The Flames adapted the Tigers' black-and-gold jerseys to darker shades of their own colours — maroon and burnt yellow, with a yellow stripe across the chest and alternating stripes on the sleeves.

The flaming C logo and pants were cream-coloured, adding to the "vintage" look of the uniform. In , the Flames introduced a new third jersey to replace their throwback uniform.

The newest design is Western-inspired, with a script Calgary in black across the front of the jersey, and black shoulders with points on the front mimicking cowboy wear.

This uniform was used until the —16 season, after which the throwback third uniforms used from to were revived anew.

The Flames retained their current uniform look when the NHL switched to Adidas as its uniform provider in , with the exception of player names and numbers going from an italicized to a straight alignment.

The throwback red alternates were not used during the —18 season due to the suspension of the third jersey program, but were restored in the following season.

In , the Flames promoted the throwback alternate and Heritage Classic uniforms to primary status, while retaining the black-trimmed red uniforms as an alternate.

The Flames primary logo is the "Flaming C" design, introduced when the team came to Calgary in , and was designed by a Calgarian graphic designer named Patricia Redditt.

The design of the logo has remained constant since it was created, though the Flames use a different coloured logo for the home and away jerseys.

From until , the home logo was red on a white background, while the road logo was white on a red background; black accents were later added in In , the NHL switched to using coloured jerseys for the home team.

The home logo became black, with the road logo red on a white background. The original "Flaming A" logo of the Atlanta Flames has been restored for use as a patch denoting the team's alternate captains.

The flaming horse logo, known as Blaze was retired in with the introduction of the new Rbk Edge jerseys. Harvey the Hound is the Flames' mascot.

This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Flames. For the full season-by-season history, see List of Calgary Flames seasons.

Updated October 28, [] []. Risebrough and McDonald were co-captains in — Risebrough, McDonald and Peplinski were tri-captains — McDonald and Peplinski were co-captains — Conroy and Boughner were co-captains for the latter half of — after Dave Lowry was stripped of the captaincy.

The Calgary Flames have retired three numbers, and a fourth was retired league-wide. The Flames retired No.

Mike Vernon 's No. In , the Flames organization introduced the "Forever a Flame" programme to honour those who played and represented the Calgary Flames without having to retire their numbers.

It enables future Flames the opportunity to wear the numbers of some of the Flames' most respected former players. On February 27, , defenceman Al MacInnis was the first to earn this distinction, with a banner with his picture and his No.

Several members of the Flames organization have been honoured by the Hockey Hall of Fame during the team's history in Calgary.

Eleven former Flames have been elected to the Hall of Fame, five of whom earned their credentials primarily in Calgary. Lanny McDonald was the first Flame player inducted, gaining election in McDonald recorded goals in games over seven-and-a-half seasons for the Flames, including a team record 66 goals in — He was joined in by a fellow member of the Stanley Cup championship team, Joe Mullen.

Mullen spent five seasons with the Flames, recording points and capturing two Lady Byng Trophies. Grant Fuhr , elected in , became the third former Flames player to enter the Hall.

Fuhr played only one season in Calgary; however, he recorded his th career win in a Flames uniform, a victory over the Florida Panthers on October 22, MacInnis was a member of the Flames from until On June 28, , it was announced that former Flames forwards Doug Gilmour and Joe Nieuwendyk would become the sixth and seventh members to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame in the players category.

Sergei Makarov was informed on June 27, , that he would be entering the Hockey Hall of Fame as a part of the Class of Makarov becomes the ninth Flames player to receive the honour.

Makarov played for the Flames from to Martin St. Louis became the tenth player to be inducted into the hall. The Hall of Fame announcement occurred on June 26, Louis was a part of the Flames organization from to , splitting his time with the Flames' American Hockey League affiliate Saint John Flames and the main roster.

Iginla played for the Flames from to , during his time with the team he won many awards including the Art Ross Trophy , the Lester B.

Former head coach "Badger" Bob Johnson joined McDonald in the class of , gaining election as a builder. Johnson coached five seasons with the Flames from —87, and his wins remain a team record.

Cliff Fletcher was the Flames general manager from the organization's inception in until , a span of 19 years. During that time, the Flames qualified for the playoffs sixteen consecutive times between and Fletcher was inducted in In , Harley Hotchkiss became the third Flames builder to gain election.

He an original member of the ownership group that purchased and brought the Flames to Calgary in He was the team's longtime governor, and hence the public face of the consortium.

He has served many years as the chairman of the NHL board of directors, during which he played a significant role in the resolution of the —05 lock-out.

Hay served as president and CEO for the Flames in the s. Flames radio broadcaster Peter Maher was named the recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award in for his years of service as the radio play-by-play announcer for the Calgary Flames.

Maher was the radio voice of the Flames from —, starting in the team's second season in Calgary. These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history.

Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. National Hockey League team in Calgary, Alberta.

Main article: Atlanta Flames. Main article: Red Mile. Main article: Harvey the Hound. See also: List of Calgary Flames award winners.

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