The Morning After
-First’s: The Flames accomplished some first’s tonight and none of them were good. This is the Flames first loss under Darryl Sutter and it’s also the first time the Flames trailed in the three games under their new coach.
-Birthday Boy: Mikael Backlund celebrated his birthday by scoring the Flames second goal, his 6th of the season. It’s the first time he’s scored on his birthday in his NHL career.
-Rough One: Jacob Markstrom didn’t have the best night and I’m sure he’d tell you the same. Markstrom surrendered all seven Edmonton goals on a total of 30 shots. That’s the most he’s given up since November 15, 2016 when he surrendered seven goals on 25 shots in a loss to the NY Rangers.
Post Game Reaction
“It’s embarrassing and frustrating for sure.”— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 18, 2021
Jacob Markstrom reflects on the game against Edmonton. pic.twitter.com/toVW9Z16UH
“It’s a work in progress.”— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) March 18, 2021
Head coach Darryl Sutter shares his takeaways from tonight's setback. pic.twitter.com/53ry6LPxMJ