The Calgary Flames lost on Sunday night in Las Vegas by a 3-0 score. The team continued their rough stretch, losing their fourth game in a row and third consecutive regulation contest. The loss dropped them to the .500 mark with a 10-10-3 record.
Flames head coach Bill Peters provided a fairly on-the-nose rundown of the game, linking the team’s rough third period to running with four defensemen after Travis Hamonic and Oliver Kylington left the game.
“I thought we battled through 40 and then had a tough one in the final 20,” said Peters. “I thought [Vegas] did a good job.