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  • A 3:58 am exit from the Saddledome and another year of Calgary #Flames Radio is in the books. Pretty proud of the group we have on and off the air and it’s a privilege to work with them. Here comes one of the most fascinating offseasons in a long time.
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  • The biggest story of this series is pretty simple. Colorado’s top three regular season scorers (MacKinnon, Rantanen, Landeskog) combine for 21 points in five games. Calgary’s top three (Gaudreau, Monahan, Lindholm) combine for five. #Flames
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  • #Flames lose game five 5-1, lose series 4-1. Ugly game, ugly series, and a lot of questions about who can get it done at this time of year. Calgary has 2 wins in their last three playoff series. Colorado wins their first series since 2008. They’ll play winner of San Jose-Vegas.
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  • With Czarnik coming in for Calgary tonight, he becomes the ninth member of the team to make a postseason debut in 2019. Czarnik joins Lindholm, Ryan, Jankowski, Hathaway, Mangiapane, Hanifin, Andersson, and Valimaki. #Flames
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  • Neal out, Czarnik in tonight. #Flames
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  • #Flames tonight in game five: Gaudreau-Monahan-Bennett Tkachuk-Backlund-Lindholm Frolik-Jankowski-Czarnik Mangiapane-Ryan-Hathaway Giordano-Brodie Hanifin-Hamonic Valimaki-Andersson Smith
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  • Alan Quine on the ice for morning skate today. First time he’s skated on a game day. Stay tuned for lines, which I think might have some different looks. #Flames
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  • #Flames forward Sean Monahan is a finalist for the Lady Byng Trophy along with Florida’s Aleksander Barkov and St. Louis’s Ryan O’Reilly. 82 points and 12 PIM for Monahan this season.
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  • Calgary allowed 56 and 52 shots against in games three and four, respectively. That’s the first time in franchise history they’ve allowed 50+ shots against in consecutive games, playoffs or regular season. #Flames
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  • Mike Smith makes 50 saves on Monday and 49 saves in game four. Those are the third and fourth highest playoff save totals in team history. Smith faced 108 shots in two games in Denver. Calgary played harder tonight, but that’s too much. #Flames
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