The Morning After
Calgary Flames 3 - Winnipeg Jets 2
-Froese First: Byron Froese scored his first goal as a member of the Calgary Flames last night, which gave the team a 2-1 lead. The marker was also the first time he scored since March 6, 2018 when he scored as a member of the Montreal Canadiens.
-FINALLY, A PPG: The Winnipeg Jets really have had the Flames number when Calgary has been on the power play. Coming into tonight the Flames were 0-10 in their last 10 tries against Winnipeg and were 0-1 until Elias Lindholm buried the game winner on the PP late in the third period.
-Not A Good Place To Land: The Winnipeg Jets may want to bypass Calgary and land somewhere else. The Flames win last night makes their record 8-2-0 in their last 10 against Winnipeg at the Scotiabank Saddledome when hosting the Jets. The good news? The remaining four games against Winnipeg are in Calgary this season.
Post Game Reaction
"I really felt it was a good effort by our guys all the way through. If it wasn't a complete 60, it was sure close to it."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 10, 2021
Geoff Ward gives his take on tonight's win over the Winnipeg. pic.twitter.com/LkhECVrFHe
"It was relieving and exciting."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 10, 2021
Byron Froese talks about his first goal with the #Flames and the 3-2 win over the Jets. pic.twitter.com/W1pBQDnrN0
"It was, overall, a really good game by us."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 10, 2021
Mikael Backlund and Elias Lindholm discuss the #Flames 3-2 win over the Jets tonight. pic.twitter.com/BUDdiJRRJM