The Morning After
-The Struggle Is REAL: David Rittich lost another home start for the Flames, making it 8 in a row at the Saddledome for the Flames top keeper. Going back to March of last season Rittich is 13-10-3 on home ice.
-Closing In On 200: Milan Lucic led the Flames with 7 hits last night, putting him at 198 on the season. Two more hits for the big winger and it’ll his 7th straight season with 200 or more hits.
-Power Play First: Dillon Dube scored his 6th goal of the season on the PP last night making it the first time in his young NHL career where he’s scored on the power play.
Post Game Reaction
"We can't hang our heads on that. It's disappointing, but we've got to pick ourselves up and get moving again."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 9, 2020
Geoff Ward on the quick reset needed following Sunday's setback to Vegas. pic.twitter.com/rMiIibQTOj
"We did a good job battling back and getting back in the game and obviously tying it. But it stings right now to lose like that."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 9, 2020
Mark Giordano on the 5-3 setback to Vegas Sunday night. pic.twitter.com/hz3wXb9h6d
"There's no time to dwell on it at this time of year with how tight it is."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 9, 2020
Dillon Dube shares his thoughts on Sunday's clash against Vegas at the 'Dome. pic.twitter.com/q6MUd0sXmW
"We're in a position right now where we're fighting for points and every point is big, so it's tough. But you've got to let it go and keep playing a strong game."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 9, 2020
Andrew Mangiapane on the tough end to the contest against Vegas Sunday night. pic.twitter.com/Bf5sJeO7dG