Calgary flames

Calgary is desperately fighting for a spot in the playoffs. He is now ninth in the west, but only two points behind eighth Winnipeg. The Flames had a fairly successful regular season, with a goal difference of 237–232 after 75 innings. That’s an average of over six goals per game. And recently, “lights” with opponents in matches do not let the audience in the stands get bored. In at least 7 out of 10 extreme battles, at least six successful throws were made.

Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver have won 11 of their last 15 games. However, even such agility is unlikely to help the “orcs” sail through the playoffs before it was necessary to play like this. And now the handicap is too big to go back to eighth place, which is 11 points. For the other 8 rounds, it’s almost impossible. In most of the 15 battles mentioned, Vancouver and its counterpart scored at least six goals.


Vancouver is coming in great form now, Calgary is fighting for a place in pilafs, which will be stronger in direct confrontation, I will not make an assessment. But it is quite possible to believe that the game will be productive. “Kasatki” 4 out of 5 extreme matches pierce 5.5 TO. Calgary has also been playing outdoor hockey for two weeks now. The rivals met twice in the current championship and scored 5 and 6 goals each. Given that teams have been scoring and conceding goals recently, they are likely to cross the five-shot mark again this time around.