Calgary Flames Schedule – 2023-24

10/11/202310:00Winnipeg Jets
10/14/20237:00@Pittsburgh Penguins
10/16/20237:00@Washington Capitals
10/19/20237:00@Buffalo Sabres
10/20/20237:00@Columbus Blue Jackets
10/22/20235:00@Detroit Red Wings
10/24/20239:45New York Rangers
10/26/20239:00St. Louis Blues
10/29/20237:00@Edmonton Oilers
11/1/20238:30Dallas Stars
11/4/202310:00@Seattle Kraken
11/7/20239:00Nashville Predators
11/10/20237:00@Toronto Maple Leafs
11/11/20237:00@Ottawa Senators
11/14/20237:00@Montreal Canadiens
11/16/20239:00Vancouver Canucks
11/18/20237:00New York Islanders
11/20/202310:00@Seattle Kraken
11/22/20239:00@Nashville Predators
11/24/20238:30@Dallas Stars
11/25/202310:00@Colorado Avalanche
11/27/20239:30Vegas Golden Knights
11/30/20239:00Dallas Stars
12/2/202310:00Vancouver Canucks
12/5/20239:00Minnesota Wild
12/7/20239:00Carolina Hurricanes
12/9/20234:00New Jersey Devils
12/11/20239:30@Colorado Avalanche
12/12/202310:00@Vegas Golden Knights
12/14/20238:00@Minnesota Wild
12/16/202310:00Tampa Bay Lightning
12/18/20239:30Florida Panthers
12/21/202310:00@Anaheim Ducks
12/23/202310:00@Los Angeles Kings
12/27/20239:30Seattle Kraken
12/31/20238:00Philadelphia Flyers
1/2/20248:00@Minnesota Wild
1/4/20248:00@Nashville Predators
1/6/20241:00@Philadelphia Flyers
1/7/20243:00@Chicago Blackhawks
1/9/20249:00Ottawa Senators
1/11/20249:00@Arizona Coyotes
1/13/202410:00@Vegas Golden Knights
1/16/20249:00Arizona Coyotes
1/18/20249:00Toronto Maple Leafs
1/20/202410:00Edmonton Oilers
1/23/20249:00St. Louis Blues
1/25/20249:00Columbus Blue Jackets
1/27/202410:00Chicago Blackhawks
2/6/20247:00@Boston Bruins
2/8/20247:00@New Jersey Devils
2/10/20241:00@New York Islanders
2/12/20247:00@New York Rangers
2/15/20249:00San Jose Sharks
2/17/20244:00Detroit Red Wings
2/19/20244:00Winnipeg Jets
2/22/20249:00Boston Bruins
2/24/202410:00@Edmonton Oilers
2/27/20249:00Los Angeles Kings
3/2/202410:00Pittsburgh Penguins
3/4/20249:30Seattle Kraken
3/7/20247:00@Tampa Bay Lightning
3/9/20244:00@Florida Panthers
3/10/20245:00@Carolina Hurricanes
3/12/20249:00Colorado Avalanche
3/14/20249:00Vegas Golden Knights
3/16/20247:00Montreal Canadiens
3/18/20248:30Washington Capitals
3/23/202410:00@Vancouver Canucks
3/24/20249:00Buffalo Sabres
3/26/20248:30@Chicago Blackhawks
3/28/20248:00@St. Louis Blues
3/30/202410:00Los Angeles Kings
4/2/20249:00Anaheim Ducks
4/4/20248:00@Winnipeg Jets
4/6/202410:00Edmonton Oilers
4/9/202410:30@San Jose Sharks
4/11/202410:30@Los Angeles Kings
4/12/202410:00@Anaheim Ducks
4/14/20248:00Arizona Coyotes
4/16/202410:00@Vancouver Canucks
4/18/20249:00San Jose Sharks

The Calgary Flames, established in 1972 as the Atlanta Flames before relocating to Calgary in 1980, are a professional ice hockey team based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The franchise competes in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Flames have a storied history and have become an integral part of the city’s sports culture, known for their passionate fan base and fiery determination on the ice.

The Flames’ most notable achievement came during the 1988-89 season when they captured their first and only Stanley Cup championship. Led by iconic players such as Lanny McDonald, Joe Nieuwendyk, and Al MacInnis, the team’s victory remains etched in the memories of Calgary fans. The team’s distinctive red, yellow, and black uniforms have become synonymous with the city’s identity, and the “C of Red” is a term often used to describe the sea of red-clad fans that fill the Scotiabank Saddledome during home games.

The Scotiabank Saddledome, affectionately known as the “Dome,” serves as the home arena for the Flames and is renowned for its energetic atmosphere during games. Despite facing various challenges on and off the ice, the Flames have maintained a competitive spirit and have made numerous playoff appearances over the years. The franchise has seen the rise of standout players like Jarome Iginla and currently features talents such as Jonathan Huberdeau and Jacob Markstrom. The Flames remain a cornerstone of Calgary’s sports culture, embodying the city’s resilience and passion for hockey.