The Morning After
Calgary Flames 2 - Winnipeg Jets 3
-99 & Counting: Matthew Tkachuk played in his 300th NHL game on Saturday and he’s closing in on another career milestone as well. He scored his 98th & 99th goals on Tuesday night putting him one goal away for 100 for his career.
-9 & Counting: Make it nine in a row for Johnny Gaudreau. It looked like the Flames forward was going to make it to nine games in a row with a point by scoring, but his shot hit the crossbar and was knocked in by Matthew Tkachuk. So Gaudreau ended up extending his league leading points streak to nine with an assist.
-First Period Woes Continue: The Flames surrendered three first period goals, putting them in a 3-1 hole at the end of the first period. On the season Calgary has given up 14 goals in nine first periods. For the record, that’s bad.
Post Game Reaction
#Flames head coach Geoff Ward shares this thoughts on tonight's setback in Winnipeg. pic.twitter.com/TCYnpfPWAX— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 3, 2021
"Our starts have to be better."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 3, 2021
Derek Ryan and David Rittich share their thoughts on the 3-2 loss to the Jets. pic.twitter.com/OdfttERCtY
"You get down goals every night, it's not a recipe for success so we've got to learn from that, come out and be sharper with our detail and we'll be fine."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 3, 2021
Mark Giordano and Mikael Backlund talk about tonight's 3-2 setback in Winnipeg. pic.twitter.com/1qWIBUyQ0g