The Flames have some great names counted as their alumni, with those that were a part of the franchises lone Stanley Cup win in 1989 holding special spots in the hearts of fans. Guys like Joe Nieuwendyk, Al MacInnis, Theo Fleury, and Lanny McDonald will never be forgotten in the city, but Flames fans are desperate to have a new crop of players to put in that category. There have been a couple names since then that they hold in high regard but until another team can go all the way, it’s a fanbase that’s thirsty for a winner.
The good news is that bettors can call themselves winners each night during the year by handicapping Calgary Flames betting lines well and knowing when and where to pick their spots.
Calgary Flames Betting Lines Today
To see what the moneyline price offered on the Flames betting lines today is check the box below. It lists the Flames next game and whether or not they are the favourites against their opponent.
Calgary Flames Schedule And Games Result
Going through the Calgary Flames schedule each year can bring some interesting finds. Opponents often come to Calgary either at the beginning or end of back-to-back games in consecutive nights (Edmonton as the other opponent) and that can yield huge edges for a NHL bettor.
Calgary Flames Standings Conference
Flames fans may be starving for a consistent winner, but the team has shown glimpses of greatness at times in recent years. To see where the Flames sit in this year’s standings, check the chart below.
Betting On The Calgary Flames
As with betting on any Canadian team in the NHL, bettors always have to be aware of a small bias sportsbooks tend to place on popular teams. Odds makers know that NHL teams in Canadian cities will attract a lot of betting attention from local fans and the average bettor and potentially put premium prices out there on teams like the Flames.
Knowing that can really help you when you are looking at Calgary Flames betting lines for their next game, no matter which side you are leaning towards.
After a run to the Cup Finals in 2004, there were many lean years for the Flames and bettors took full advantage by going against an aging team. It wasn’t until the turn of the decade that Calgary made a philosophical change to go younger and completely rebuild, and it remains to be seen what the ceiling is for this new core in Calgary.
One thing is for certain though, with talented young scorers like Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau and Sam Bennett added to the team in recent years, the future is bright for Calgary and perhaps paying those premiums to back the Flames will pay off for bettors very soon.