Calgary Flames


Welcome to the Calgary Flames Stats page.  The stats pages on thehockeyfanatic.com are meant to list what we as hockey fans associate with each particular team.  Our stats pages will include our version of the Calgary Flames All-Time team as well as obscure stats about the team.  Notes stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know?  That the Calgary Flames were previously known as the Atlanta Flames prior to moving to Alberta in 1980?

 

Calgary Flames Statistics

 

  • Debut Season:  1972-73 as Atlanta Flames.  1980/81 as Calgary Flames
  • # of Stanley Cups: 1 (1989)
  • Longest Playoff Streak: 16 years (1976-1991)
  • Most Wins in a Season: 54 – 1988-89
  • # of captains in team history: 19
  • # of coaches in team history: 16
  • Most Coaching Wins: Bob Johnson 193
  • Most Goals in a Season: 397 – 1987-88
  • Most Points All Time: Jarome Iginla – 1,006 and counting
  • Toughest Calgary Flames player of all-time (penalty minutes): Tim Hunter
  • # of retired jerseys: 2
  • Most Games Played:  Jarome Iginla – 1,106 and counting
  • Most Goalie Wins: Miikka Kiprusoff – 262
  • Most Popular Player of All-Time:  Lanny McDonald

Calgary Flames  All Time Team

Coach:  Bob Johnson

Goalie:  Mike Vernon

Defenseman: Al MacInnis

Defenseman:  Robyn Regher

Left-wing:  Gary Roberts

Center:  Joe Nieuwendyk

Right-wing:  Jarome Iginla

Enforcer:  Tim Hunter

 


Top 25 Calgary Flames of All-TimeCalgary Flames All-Time team

  1. Lanny McDonald
  2. Jarome Iginla
  3. Theoren Fleury
  4. Mike Vernon
  5. Al MacInnis
  6. Joe Nieuwendyk
  7. Gary Roberts
  8. Kent Nilsson
  9. Haken Loob
  10. Joel Otto
  11. Miikka Kiprusoff
  12. Jim Peplinkski
  13. Robyn Regher
  14. Willi Plett
  15. Doug Riseborough
  16. Tim Hunter
  17. Guy Chouinard
  18. Gary Suter
  19. Eric Vail
  20. Rejean Lemelin
  21. Jamie Macoun
  22. Dion Phaneuf
  23. Dan Bouchard
  24. Craig Conroy
  25. Ron Stern

 

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