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  • GDT - Calgary Flames @ Blues 7 p.m. CST

    GAME: Calgary Flames (35-26-7-3) at St. Louis Blues (33-26-10-2).
    TIME: Sunday, 7 p.m. CST.

    The Calgary Flames look to distance themselves from the St. Louis Blues in the Western Conference standings as the teams meet at Savvis Center.

    Calgary, just two points ahead of St. Louis and Nashville for sixth place in the West, managed a 4-4 tie with the Predators on Saturday night. Meanwhile, the Blues pulled themselves into a tie for seventh by beating the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-3.

    "These (conference games) are even bigger because we're getting closer to the end and the standings are very tight," the Flames' Denis Gauthier said. "So we've got to approach each game the same way we have all season - one game at a time."

    Calgary's Craig Conroy had three assists against Nashville, giving him seven points (one goal, six assists) in his last three games.

    Calgary will be looking for a repeat of its last visit to St. Louis, a 4-2 victory on March 2. That was the Flames' second win in the last 10 road meetings with the Blues (2-7-1).

    St. Louis' playoff run has received a boost from Mike Sillinger.

    The Blues, unbeaten in their last six games (4-0-2), acquired Sillinger from the Coyotes on March 4. In five games since the deal, Sillinger has three goals and two assists.

    "It's my job," the 32-year-old Sillinger said. "It's like a second life for me. I enjoyed it at Phoenix, but coming here and getting a chance for the playoffs, especially at my age, it's all a player can ask for."

    St. Louis, which has reached the playoffs 24 consecutive years, moved one point ahead of Los Angeles in the race for eighth place in the Western Conference. The Blues' postseason streak is the longest current run in professional sports.

    STANDINGS: Flames - 80 points, 3rd place, 11 PB, Northwest Division. Blues - 78 points, 2nd place (tied), 16 PB, Central Division.

    TEAM LEADERS: Flames - Jarome Iginla, 36 goals and 63 points; Conroy, 38 assists; Chris Simon, 227 PIM. Blues - Keith Tkachuk, 29 goals and 64 points; Doug Weight, 44 assists; Mike Danton, 141 PIM.

    SPECIAL TEAMS (through March 12): Flames - Power play: 15.3 percent (48 for 314), 21st in NHL. Penalty killing: 83.7 percent (251 for 300), 19th. Blues - Power play: 17.5 percent (53 for 302), 9th. Penalty killing: 84.3 percent (284 for 337), 15th.

    GOALTENDERS: Flames - Miikka Kiprusoff (19-7-3, 2, 1.64); Roman Turek (4-10-0, 1 SO, 2.68 GAA). Blues - Chris Osgood (24-22-8, 2, 2.26); Reinhard Divis (4-3-1, 0, 3.09).

    SEASON SERIES: Blues, 2-1.

    LAST MEETING: March 2; Flames, 4-2. At St. Louis, Iginla had two goals, including the game-winner with 3:30 remaining, as Calgary spoiled the home debut of new Blues coach Mike Kitchen.

    ROAD/HOME RECORDS: Flames - 17-14-2-2 on the road; Blues - 20-9-7-0 at home.


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    Mr. G

  • #2
    Calgary does not get TV for this game either.
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    • #3
      Code:
      ALL GAMES / INCLUDES GAMES OF SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 2004
      St. Louis Blues
      POS NO. PLAYER         GP  G  A PTS +/- PIM PP SH GW GT  S  PCTG
      LW  7 Tkachuk, Keith     65 29 36 65  5  79 16 0 7 2 204 14.2
      C  39 Weight, Doug      65 13 46 59  2-  33 5 0 4 1 177  7.3
      C  38 Demitra, Pavol     57 21 31 52  3  16 7 0 5 1 155 13.5
      D  44 Pronger, Chris     71 13 35 48  0  84 7 0 3 0 184  7.1
      LW  10 Drake, Dallas     69 11 21 32 10  63 3 2 1 0 113  9.7
      RW  19 Mellanby, Scott    59 13 14 27  5-  74 6 0 3 0  92 14.1
      LW  49 Savage, Brian ALL   63 13 14 27  4-  36 3 0 1 0 104 12.5
           PHO          61 12 13 25  5-  36 3 0 1 0 101 11.9
           STL           2  1  1  2  1   0 0 0 0 0  3 33.3
      RW  42 *Rycroft, Mark     70  9 12 21  2  30 0 0 0 0 106  8.5
      C  26 Cajanek, Petr     59  9 11 20 10  16 2 0 3 0 107  8.4
      C  18 Sillinger, Mike ALL  65 11  8 19  9-  62 0 2 0 0  76 14.5
           PHO          60  8  6 14 14-  54 0 1 0 0  66 12.1
           STL           5  3  2  5  5   8 0 1 0 0  10 30.0
      D  55 *Backman, Christian   55  5 12 17  4  16 1 0 0 0  79  6.3
      D   6 Weinrich, Eric ALL   70  4 12 16 12  40 2 0 1 1  73  5.5
           PHI          54  2  7  9 11  32 1 0 1 0  56  3.6
           STL          16  2  5  7  1   8 1 0 0 1  17 11.8
      LW  22 *Danton *MNR*      64  7  5 12  5- 141 0 1 0 0  70 10.0
      RW  33 Boguniecki *RES*    26  6  4 10  1-  20 2 0 2 0  38 15.8
      D  29 Khavanov, Alexander  45  3  7 10  1  18 2 0 0 0  58  5.2
      RW  21 Mayers, Jamal     69  5  3  8 19-  78 0 1 2 0 109  4.6
      C  17 Johnson, Ryan     58  2  6  8  3-  6 0 1 1 0  30  6.7
      D  23 Baron, Murray     69  1  5  6 10-  59 0 0 0 0  48  2.1
      LW  15 *Sejna *MNR*      20  2  2  4  9-  4 2 0 0 0  36  5.6
      D  27 Salvador, Bryce    58  2  2  4  1-  41 0 0 0 0  53  3.8
      D   5 Jackman *RES*     15  1  2  3  1-  41 0 0 0 0  11  9.1
      RW  9 *Heerema *NWT*     22  1  2  3  5-  4 0 0 1 0  28  3.6
      D   2 MacInnis *RES*     3  0  2  2  1-  6 0 0 0 0  9  0.0
      C  25 Rheaume, Pascal ALL  34  0  2  2  7-  9 0 0 0 0  32  0.0
           NYR          17  0  0  0  3-  5 0 0 0 0  15  0.0
           STL          17  0  2  2  4-  4 0 0 0 0  17  0.0
      C  12 Martins, Steve     23  1  0  1  7-  20 0 1 0 0  25  4.0
      D  28 *Walker, Matt      8  0  1  1  1-  18 0 0 0 0  5  0.0
      D  46 Laflamme *MNR*     16  0  1  1  3-  20 0 0 0 0  9  0.0
      RW  34 Low, Reed       47  0  1  1  6- 132 0 0 0 0  21  0.0
      D  37 Finley, Jeff      48  0  1  1  7-  30 0 0 0 0  25  0.0
      RW  70 *Yablonski *MNR*     1  0  0  0  1-  5 0 0 0 0  1  0.0
      C  25 *Pohl *MNR*       1  0  0  0  2-  0 0 0 0 0  1  0.0
      D  43 *Stuart *MNR*      2  0  0  0  0   0 0 0 0 0  0  ---
      LW  18 Pellerin *MNR*     2  0  0  0  3-  2 0 0 0 0  1  0.0
      LW  80 McLaren *MNR*      6  0  0  0  0  25 0 0 0 0  2  0.0
      D   9 *Pollock *MNR*      8  0  0  0  0   6 0 0 0 0  15  0.0
      D  32 Brimanis *MNR*     13  0  0  0  0   4 0 0 0 0  3  0.0
           TEAM TOTALS      71 167 283 450 10- 1193 55 7 33 5 1942  8.6
           OPPONENT TOTALS    71 175 299 474 10 1073 53 10 28 5 1833  9.5
      
      RK NO GOALTENDER     GPI MINS  AVG W L T EN SO GA  SA SV% G A PIM
        30 Osgood, Chris    58 3321 2.28 25 22 8 2 2 126 1390 90.9 0 0  8
        50 Divis, Reinhard   11  505 3.09 4 3 1 1 0 26 237 89.0 0 0  2
         TEAM TOTALS     71 4347 2.42 33 28 10 3 3 175 1833 90.5 0 0 10
         OPPONENT TOTALS   71 4347 2.31 28 33 10 6 7 167 1942 91.4 0 0  0

      Jamal Mayers -19 <_<


      Mr. G

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      • #4
        Why the fuck isn't it on any fucking t.v.?

        And people wonder why the NHL has such shitty ratings?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by GloveSaveandaBeauty@Mar 14 2004, 11:19 AM
          Why the fuck isn't it on any fucking t.v.?

          And people wonder why the NHL has such shitty ratings?
          Check out their schedule, they hardly televise ANY games. IF they are televised, it's almost always CBC or TSN doing the broadcast so they must not have a local carrier for their games.


          Mr. G

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mr. Goalie+Mar 14 2004, 11:27 AM-->
            QUOTE (Mr. Goalie @ Mar 14 2004, 11:27 AM)

          • #7
            Wow, Jamal Mayers still isn't a healthy scratch...how frelling ridiculous is that?

            As for the TV sked, the Fox Midwest should buck up and add a game...

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            Can't buy what I want because it's free..."
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            • #8
              I find it kinda odd that NHL.com schedule doesn't mention Calgary games being broadcast on Sportsnet.
              RIP Chris Jones 1971-2009
              You'll never be forgotten.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by JWB@Mar 14 2004, 01:08 PM
                I find it kinda odd that NHL.com schedule doesn't mention Calgary games being broadcast on Sportsnet.
                Shhhhh...its that East coast bias rearing its ugly head again...

                CAL isn't televising the game, anyway.....

                "Can't buy what I want because it's free...
                Can't buy what I want because it's free..."
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                • #10
                  Flyers vs the Mighty Penguins today. According to my poor math skills, a win or a tie by the Flyers clinches a playoff spot.

                  Go Flyers!
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                  • #11
                    Guerin scores for Dallas on one of the softest goals you'll see this season.

                    Dallas 1

                    Chicago 0
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                    You'll never be forgotten.

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                    • #12
                      ZHAMNOV SCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1-0 FLYERS!!!!!!!!!
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                      • #13
                        Pens tie the game at 1-1. Bleh.
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                        • #14
                          best watch out CSD, the Pens are on fire of late
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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by Guppy@Mar 14 2004, 02:40 PM
                            best watch out CSD, the Pens are on fire of late
                            I know, and to make matters worse, we've had trouble with them all season!
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