The Calgary Flames visited T-Mobile Arena for the sixth time ever on Sunday night. For the sixth time in a row, they lost. The Flames dropped a 6-0 hockey game to the Vegas Golden Knights to crash back down to the .500 mark.
The Flames were decent early on, but a back-and-forth sequence came back to haunt them. Sean Monahan had a couple whacks at a loose puck with Marc-Andre Fleury swimming around the crease searching for it. The Flames couldn’t grab it and were caught up ice. Travis Hamonic was caught back defending a two-on-one and William Karlsson beat Cam Talbot with a high stick-side wrist shot to give the home team a 1-0 edge.