Flames Betting, Odds and Stats

Calgary Flames

Not every game can capture the imagination like the Battle of Alberta, but you can certainly add to the excitement of the next Calgary Flames game by placing a wager on it. This page is your utility belt for all things NHL betting and all things Flames, as we give you all of the utensils you will need to prepare you for your next bet. We take the latest odds on NHL betting apps and combine those with the most useful and relevant skater and goalie stats. Sprinkle in the latest NHL lineups information, and, voila, you’ve got yourself up-to-speed. ...more less

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Calgary Flames Team Stats

When you are looking to place a bet, it is important to consider the latest news and team form. When it comes to form, we have you covered below, as we compile all of the most relevant Calgary Flames statistics in one table. 

These stats can be helpful when making your next NHL pick. Traditionally, the big three markets are the Moneyline, Puck Line and Total Goals offerings, but in recent years there have been more and more innovative markets added to the best betting sites. In any case, these stats will help to inform your choices and give you the best chance of winning with your next wager.

Year 2023
GP 76
GF/G 3.16
A 412
PTS 652
PPG 48
PP% 20.3
S 2700
S% 8.9
PIM 719
PK% 81.8
SOA 14
SO% 50

Calgary Flames Player Stats

To help you win your wagers, find the latest Calgary Flames goalie statistics:

Calgary Flames Goaltending Stats

Season 2023
GP 26
GS 23
L 6
GA -
GA/G 2.87
SA 654
SV 584
SV% 0.893
SO 0
TOI/G 1444:23

The most up-to-date Calgary Flames skater stats could be the difference between and winning and losing bet. Find them here: 

Calgary Flames Skating Stats

Season 2023
GP 71
GS 6
L 18
OTL -11
GA 37
GA/G 69
SA 0
SV 0
SV% 0
SO 0
SO 0
SO -
TOI/G 11:20

Calgary Flames Betting Offers & Promo Codes

Find the latest free bets and other betting offers that you could use when betting on the Calgary Flames:

Calgary Flames Betting Odds

NHL betting sites are prone to updating their odds frequently in advance of a game, depending on the amount of money they see being staked on certain selections or outcomes. Staying abreast of these changes is important, as it allows you to identify where the value lies. Here at Bookmakers, we believe that you should always see the most up-to-date odds at all times, so we will always present the latest odds below. 

Future betting odds are less liable to change but will update based on the outcomes of the most recent games. Once again, we like to keep the betting information live, and will always have the most recent betting odds from sportsbooks displayed.

Calgary Flames Next Games Odds

The next Calgary Flames matchup is coming up, so check out the latest odds for it:

Calgary Flames Odds to Win the Stanley Cup

The Calgary Flames have often been outsiders in recent years, but how are they doing now? Check out the latest odds for the Flames to win the Stanley Cup.

Calgary Flames Odds to Win the Western Conference

The Western Conference is full of contenders to win it all. Are the Calgary Flames in with a chance?:

Calgary Flames Starting Lineups

Starting goalies, injuries and suspensions could all affect how you see a game going before wagering on it at betting apps. Before you place any bets, look through our NHL starting lineups page.

Calgary Flames Prop Bets

NHL player prop betting is more popular than ever. Find the best NHL prop bets not just for Calgary Flames matchups but for the whole league. 

Calgary Flames Game Picks

We can’t guarantee that we will always be in favor of the Flames. It will always depend on the matchup. However, you can find the latest NHL picks from PickFinder. 

Calgary Flames History

One half of the Battle of Alberta rivalry, the Calgary Flames have been in existence since the start of the 1980s. Previously, the franchise had been based in Atlanta for eight seasons, before the franchise were relocated north of the border in 1980. Within their first decade, the Calgary version of the Flames had won two Presidents’ Trophies, two Conference championships, three Division championships and a Stanley Cup. 

Their Stanley Cup victory came in 1989, as goaltender Mike Vernon and defenseman Al MacInnis led the Flames to victory over Montreal Canadiens, winning the series 4-2 on the road, in the Montreal Forum. The victory was particularly sweet for the Flames, who had watched their state rivals, the Edmonton Oilers, win the cup in four of the previous five seasons, led by Wayne Gretzky. The 1988-89 success was to be the last Conference championship victory in Calgary for some 15 years, until the 2003-04 Flames made their way to the Stanley Cup finals again, only to be defeated by the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven games.

The Flames have retired three jerseys to the rafters. The first Flame to have the honor bestowed upon him was Lanny McDonald, an Alberta native who co-captained the team to their Stanley Cup triumph in 1989. McDonald scored the second goal in the cup-clinching victory over the Montreal Canadiens, which would transpire to be the final game of his Hall of Fame career. 

The goaltender in that game, the aforementioned Vernon, was also honored for his two spells with the Flames, having amassed 262 wins in 13 seasons. More recently, Jarome Iginla had his #13 jersey retired, and to this day leads the team in games played, goals and points, among other metrics.