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Calgary Flames Tickets

Calgary Flames are a professional ice hockey team in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They are member of Pacific Division of Western Conference of the NHL. They were founded in 1972. They are one of two teams from Alberta. Till 1980 there name was Atlanta Flames which changed to Calgary Flames is same till now.  Are you a fan of Flames? Book Cheap Calgary Flames tickets from Askaticket and cheer your team.

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Calgary Flames were founded in 1972 in Atlanta, Georgia by the name of Atlanta Flames but when they changed their location Calgary in 1980, they changed their name to Calgary Flames. The first three seasons of Calgary Flames were played at Stampede Corral then after moving out to their current home arena, the Scotiabank Saddledome in 1983. Since 1923-24 Tigers they were the very first Calgary team to play in Stanley Cup, they won their championship in 1988-1989 which was their first and only till now. The Flames won two Presidents Trophies along with five Division Championships, other than that they have nine people linked with them that were inducted in Hockey Hall of Fame.

In 2013-2014 Calgary Flames played their 42nd season for the National Hockey League, under Coach Bob Hartley and General Manager Brain Burke, who fired Jay Feaster and became interim GM. They were on 6th position in Pacific Division and they positioned fifteenth in the Western Conference. This season the Flames home arena was severely damaged because of the widespread flooding. There was not much hope for the Flames this season but they somehow managed to make to the 6th position. They were not able to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the fifth time in a row. The Flames year end record was 35-40-7. 

In 2014-2015 which was Boston Bruins 43rd season for the National Hockey League, under Coach Bob Hartley and new General Manager Brad Treliving. The Flames second season of rebuilding phase, expectations were not high and many experts predicted that they would finish the league with bottom position. The Flames proved predictions to be wrong they were positioned third in Pacific Division with a record of 45-30-7 and 8th position in Western Conference. The Flames also qualified in Stanley Cups Playoffs after 2009. This season most probably they would perform even better. Check out the Flames play by grabbing your Flames Tickets from Askaticket