The Morning After
Recap - RTF - NHL Standings
-800 Club: Michael Frolik played in his 800th career NHL game last night. It’s rare to celebrate milstone, but he also helped the Flames to victory. Frolik scored his first goal of the season as well.
-N-OT: The Flames and Flyers have a flair for the dramatic as they have had last second regulation goals lead to overtime theatrics. Three of the last four games between these two have gone to overtime, with Calgary winning all three. No dice last night as the Flames held on in regulation.
-Hockey East Flavor: Last night’s game featured a who’s who from Hockey East. Johnny Gaudreau, Kevin Hayes, Mark Jankowski and Noah Hanifin all came up in the NCAA’s best hockey conference and are having varied degrees of success as pros.
Post Game Reaction
"We’re starting to do better things on a consistent basis."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) October 16, 2019
Bill Peters assesses his team's play in the 3-1 win over the Flyers. pic.twitter.com/VSKvJb1joO
"I think we did a good job and everyone was in the zone today."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) October 16, 2019
David Rittich comments on tonight's win over the Flyers. pic.twitter.com/Kvck3bEWXm
"Not bad, huh? Get a goal and get a win."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) October 16, 2019
Michael Frolik reflects on his 800th @NHL game. pic.twitter.com/y84hfnyOSR
"I think we were good defensively, in our own zone, and it starts from there."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) October 16, 2019
Andrew Mangiapane comments on the team's strong play vs. the Flyers. pic.twitter.com/nzPcKOe0Vz