The Morning After
Calgary Flames 1 - Ottawa Senators 6
-His Time Has Come: Artyom Zagidulin made his NHL debut last night during the Flames 6-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators. The Russian born goalie stopped 9 of the 11 shots he faced in relief of David Rittich last night in 28:13 of action.
-Sin Free: Whether it was a clean game or the officials had hot dates afterwards, not one penalty was called on either the Flames or the Senators last night. A clean 60 minutes is fairly rare as it’s the first time all season Calgary didn’t draw or take a penalty in a game.
-Family Feud: In the Battle Of The Tkachuk’s Round 1, Brady Tkachuk got the best if his older brother Matthew. Neither player had any points, but Brady had 6 SOG and 9 hits compared to his brother’s 4 SOG and 1 hit.
Post Game Reaction
#Flames head coach Geoff Ward gives his take on tonight's setback to the Senators. pic.twitter.com/S1VkPVgIdt— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 26, 2021
"It's on us, it's on the players. We've got to be better."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 26, 2021
Milan Lucic talks to the media after the loss to the Senators. pic.twitter.com/jbymaxzzVH
"It felt like every time we had a turnover or a odd-man against, they capitalized."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 26, 2021
Rasmus Andersson talks about the loss to the Senators. pic.twitter.com/0rmsFh5wAq