Tuesday, June 6, 2023


Welcome back, Flames fans.

The 2022-23 preseason schedule begins tonight with two games between the Flames and the Vancouver Canucks – the first at 5 p.m. at Rodgers MT in Vancouver Arena, while the second of two “department” inclines will start in Scotiabank Saddledome an hour later.

VIDEO: Brendan Parker Sets Up Tonight’s Double Bill

The Flames have a chance to use Saturday’s red-and-white scrimmage at “The Dome.” The match featured a 20-minute 5-on-5 match, followed by an 8-minute 4-on-4 action, then back to 5-on-5 in the final 6 minutes.

Clark Bishop and Sonny Milano scored in red, while Adam Klapka – whose work at Penticton earned head coach Sutter all sorts of accolades – responded to White’s cause for failure.

“It’s important to have fun outside,” Elias Lindholm , with Tyler Toffoli and newcomer
Jonathan Huberdeau are in the whole camp so far. “We want to get the details and get Jonny used to the new system and stuff like that. Obviously, he’s a very good player and I’m excited to start with him.”

This is eight games for the Flames The first (and second) of the exhibition games, they will knock out five games in the first 7 days of the schedule. On Tuesday, they will visit the Seattle Kraken before hosting the Edmonton Oilers in less than 24 hours before making a short trek at QEII for Friday’s rematch of the Battle of Alberta.

“I think we’ve discussed things like identity, X and O, etc.,” Sutter said of what he’d like to see at tonight’s game. “Work ethic. I don’t think any of those areas are an issue for our team.

” There are a lot of new guys in the organization playing the next two games, and they’re playing different styles, Different systems, obviously different teammates. So, that’s all you’re looking for. “

Tonight’s home game will be available on CalgaryFlames.com, the Flames app will start at 6pm MT. Look for the big link on the home page at that time. You can’t miss it!

Meanwhile, the road race can be watched live on Sportsnet.

Who is in and who is out?

Canucks Announce Veterans Conor Garland, Elias Paterson, Beau Horvath, Luke Sheen, Danny DeKiser , Tyler Myers, and more will stay in Vancouver for the earlier games. So expect an “easier” version that takes them through the Rockies against what should be a seasoned Flames team.

As for the Flames…

Calgary roster


10 – Jonathan Huberdo – LW

11 – Mikael Backlund – C

15 – Sonny Milan – LW
20 – Blake Coleman – LW ​​
28 – Elias Lindholm – C

38 – Brett Sutter – C
47 – Conor Zarry – C
50 – Cody Eakin – C

61 – Clark Bishop – C/W

71 – Vauxdoor – RW
73 – Tyler Torfoy – RW


3 – Conor McKee4 – Rasmus Anderson46 – Colton Pullman
52 – Miccan Chi Vega
55 – Noah Hanifen
72 – Jeremie Poirier


35 – Oscar Danske
80 – Dan Vladal

Vancouver Roster


17 – Milan Lucic – LW ​​
twenty one – Kevin Rooney – C
twenty two – Trevor Lewis – RW
24 – Bray T. Ritchie – RW
41 – Matthew Phillips – RW

43 – Adam · Klapka – RW
49 – Jacob Pell Thierry – LW

63 – Adam Ruzicka – C

64 – Ben Jones – C
75 – Mickey · McLean – C
76 – Martin Pospisil – RW
79 – Cole Schwindt – C


6 – Juuso Valimaki
16 – Nikita Zadorov
26 – Michael Stone
48 – Dennis Gilbert
53 – Nicholas Meloche
57 – Nick DeSimone


32 – Dustin Wolf 40 – Daniel Checherev

VIDEO: “Finally a game here”

Secure your seat

Tickets for tonight’s game and all Regular season home games are now on sale! Click here to buy

You can win big!

The Flame Foundation is pleased to announce that the Online 50/50 program by RE/MAX will return for the 2022-23 preseason and regular season . Tickets available
HERE 9:00AM and 11:00PM MT on all Flames game days – home and away. Tickets can also be purchased in person during all Flames home games.



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