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Playing out of the Western Conference’s Pacific Division is a team based in the Canadian city of Calgary in Alberta. The Calgary Flames were founded in 1972 in Atlanta, but quickly headed north due to financial issues after eight fairly successful seasons in Georgia.

Immediately beloved in the hockey crazy city of Calgary, the Flames embraced their new home. The result translated to the ice as well, as the Flames quickly enjoyed even greater success north of the border with the franchise’s first star, Kent Nilsson. They would make it to the semi-finals before losing to Minnesota.

A rebuilding period would soon follow, the result of which, led to the acquisition of key players that would play a major role on the team for the next decade. This would include Joel Otto, Gary Suter, and Colin Patterson. They would also pick up veteran player and future Hall of Famer Lanny McDonald, whose leadership the club would rely on for years to come. Calgary also drafted Al McInnis to help defensively. He, too, played a major role on the team during his Hall of Fame career. Finally, star goaltender Mike Vernon provided a consistent game in net which made Calgary a force to be reckoned with in the league. Throughout the 1980s, Calgary and Edmonton were the teams to beat in the West.

Having made the playoffs in each of their seasons in Calgary, the Flames charged into the 1988-1989 season, earning a regular season record of 54-17-9. Their first place finish put them up against the Vancouver Canucks in the first round of the playoffs. Following their victory in seven games, the Flames swept the Los Angeles Kings before taking care of the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference Finals in five games. Matching up against the Montreal Canadiens, Calgary took the series in six games to win their first Stanley Cup Championship.

They remained a strong competitor for the next few seasons before dropping off into a seven year playoff drought in the mid-1990s and early 2000s. The Flames rebounded in spectacular fashion in 2004 when they pushed Tampa Bay to the brink in game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals before falling short by a score of 2-1. Since then, Calgary has made the playoffs six times in the past 12 seasons, including last year when they were swept by the Ducks in the opening round.

Captain Mark Giordano will lead this team again, flanked by rising stars Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan. Adding to the mix are talented players in Mikael Backlund, Dougie Hamilton, and Troy Brouwer. Young winger Matthew Tkachuk looks to improve on his strong rookie showing last year. Guarding the net this year in Calgary is a new tandem. Coming off an All-Star Game performance last season, Mike Smith was traded from Phoenix to the Flames to be the starting goalie. Eddie Lack arrived via a trade with Carolina to serve as his backup. This team is young, talented, and hungry. This combination could be the recipe for a resurgence of Flames hockey and a deeper playoff run this season under the watch of second year head coach Glen Gulutzan.

Never short on talent, Calgary Flames fans have had the distinct pleasure of getting to see some of the game’s greats skate for them each night. Tops among this coveted group are Jarome Iginla, Al MacInnis, Lanny McDonald, Miika Kiprusoff, Theo Fleury, Joe Nieuwendyk, Mike Vernon, and Doug Gilmore. Click here to learn more about the history of the organization as well as the current squad.

If you own a Calgary Flames suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Calgary Flames game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Calgary Flames suites?