The Flames are undoubtedly happy to see the Montreal Canadiens land in Calgary for three games. After Darryl Sutter’s team has succeeded with the Habers team this season, they will hope to make the last effort to participate in the playoffs, which seems to them less and less.
Sartre said in a daily interview with the Calgary Sun on Wednesday: “Turnovers always have two points: either try to do too much or not enough.” I will not debate this topic publicly. But this is usually for two reasons. “
The fifth place in the North Division is eight points behind fourth place, and the Canadian (with a game on hand) no longer has any leeway at the end of the regular season.
“Every game that comes up, you have to win the game to survive,” said captain Mark Giordano (Mark Giordano). This obviously makes things more important when you are fighting against a team directly in front of you or tied up.This is an opportunity [contre le Canadien] If we can finish the work, we can return to the game. “
However, the Alberta team can trust their chances against the Canadians, who have beaten the Canadians four times in six games this season.
“In that kind of very meaningful situation or game, you can’t put too much pressure on yourself; Giordano added that you just want to play. I personally think that the second and third efforts, small battles, all These little things have become very important…but you can’t put too much pressure on yourself because you may never be able to perform well.”
Milan Lucic used a very simple way to summarize the flame situation. According to him, the slogan at the end of the season is not rocket science.
“We must stop hope and start winning games.”