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Below is the 2015 Calgary Flames schedule for Scotiabank Saddledome. To buy tickets select the date of the Hockey game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Flames tickets by phone.

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Calgary Flames Team Info

Flames seats are a prime commodity for the 2010-2011 hockey season. Flames fans have always a enjoyed a rich hockey history north of the border and more often than not a franchise that has brought success to the great city. The franchise enjoyed ownership dedicated not only to building a successful organization but also having a hand in the community that supports them. Over their 25 seasons in Calgary they have become a premier squad in the NHL and a top contender in the Western Conference year in and out.

The high point of the team's tenure in the National Hockey League was hoisting the Stanley Cup at the end of the 1988-89 season after defeating north of the border rival 4-2. Joe Mullen led the squad that year, racking up 110 total points. The team experienced a mere 17 losses all season and stormed into the playoffs where competition was hard to find. A Hall of Fame squad featuring names like Joe Niewendyk, Conn Smyth trophy winner Al Macinnis and Doug Gilmour edged Vancouver (4-3) in round one. After, All Star goalie Mike Vernon led the team to a 4-0 sweep of the L.A. Kings and en route to a 4-2 Stanley Cup victory against the Montreal Canadians. This was the first of three trips to Finals for the city of Calgary. The 1988-89 Flames roster is widely regarded as one of the most talented ever assembled in hockey history. Catching lightning in a bottle, this team boasting a +128 point differential, established a tradition of winning expectations.

Calgary's 2005-2006 campaign delivered for fans without a doubt. The Flames went 45-23-11 and won their Northwest Division. This was due in no small part to the numbers put up by the talent of Jerome Iginla. Iginla racked up 35 goals while topping the team with 67 points. His (+/-) of 5 speaks of the presence impact he has on the ice. Another bright spot on this Flames team resides between the pipes. Goalie Mikka Kiprusoff had an astounding 2.07 goals against average and posted 10 shut outs during the season, playing well despite an inflated goals against number.