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Predictions & Lines: Can The Flames Get Their Third Win In A Row?

Surprisingly, or not, the Flames have struggled with LA this year.



Staff Predictions

Calgary Flames @ LA Kings, 8:00 PM MT


Favorite: Calgary Line: -135 O/U: 5.5

Calgary @ LA: 56-69-9

Calgary vs LA Overall: 138-113-21

Calgary vs LA 2019-20: 1-1-1

10/8: Calgary Flames 3 vs LA Kings 4 (OTL)

10/19: Calgary Flames 1 vs LA Kings 4 (L)

12/7: Calgary Flames 4 vs LA Kings 3 (W)

Calgary Last 10: 4-5-1

LA Last 10: 1-8-1


Mark: Calgary Flames 4 – LA Kings 1

I’m going out on a limb here. Calgary hasn’t played particularly well against the bottom of the barrel Kings in 2019-20, but LA has been BRUTAL lately. They’ve only won once in their last 10 and only scored 19 times over that stretch. Here’s to three in a row!

Maddie: Calgary Flames 3 – LA Kings 1

This one feels like a trap game and we know that the Flames have fallen for those before (not always, but they’ve done it!), so I think if you’re heading into this one still be feeling a little nervous, it’s reasonable. But, like Mark said, the Kings have been just so bad recently. I think the Flames can get past them relatively easily. Let’s go.

Flash: Calgary Flames 6 – LA Kings 2

WHY NOT. Things happen in 3’s right? Actually the Kings are the most intriguing teams in the league. Their shot metrics are top 8 league wide and they’re finish is terrible. Either way a loss to the worst team in the West would be embarrassing. Let’s go out and STUDIS

Projected Lines


Johnny Gaudreau – Sean Monahan – Elias Lindholm

Andrew Mangiapane – Mikael Backlund – Matthew Tkachuk

Milan Lucic – Derek Ryan – Dillon Dube

Zac Rinaldo – Mark Jankowski – Tobias Rieder


Noah Hanifin – Rasmus Andersson

TJ Brodie – Michael Stone

Oliver Kylington – Alexander Yelesin*


David Rittich

*Making NHL Debut

by Mark Parkinson