The Morning After
A milestone and a first last night for the Flames defenceman.
The Flames newest acquisition chipped in last night.
Johnny was in the mood to dish last night.
A three point effort helped net Johnny Gaudreau his 200th NHL goal.
Jacob Markstrom lost his cool and took a penalty, which might be the least of his concerns.
Calgary’s newest addition got his first point with the Flames.
Calgary lost for only the third in their last 18 games at home.
Mikael Backlund, Chris Tanev and Andrew Mangiapane all did something special last night.
...And it’s not a good accomplishment.
The Flames goalie is THIS close to tying a once thought unattainable franchise record.
The former #3 overall pick is having a season with the Flames.
Two milestones were reached in last night’s Flames/Capitals game.
And the Flames PK was a machine last night.
The Flames defenceman set a new career high for goals last night.
Johnny is climbing in the Flames record books and Elias Lindholm reached a milestone as well.
Another road goal for the Flames forward also tied him for the team lead in another category.
The Flames were dominant on home ice again.
From 10 wins, to 8 straight games with a goal, the Calgary Flames are firing on all cylinders.
He’s not flashy and he doesn’t get the headlines, but boy does he get it done.
Johnny, Lindy and Chucky are destroying teams lately.
#29 hadn’t seen that goal light in a while coming into last night’s contest.
Calgary needed some secondary scoring and they’re getting it lately.
With one less skater the Flames have been dominant.
The Flames centre did something for the first time in his career last night.
And the Flames tied a franchise record in the first period.
So did Andrew Mangiapane...but in his career.
Calgary hasn't fared well in the Gateway To The West.
And we’re all lucky to be living in it.