The Flames will try to get back to the formula that has worked all postseason to come out on top in Game 7.
- Calgary Flames: Calgary players were turned back repeatedly by The 'Bulin Wall in Game 6, and the Flames will try to get back to the formula that has worked all postseason to come out on top in Game 7. "We've just got to get everything we can at the net and drive the net," Flames center Craig Conroy told the Calgary Sun.
Shean Donovan had never missed a game with the Calgary Flames until Saturday night, which happened to be the biggest one for the franchise since 1989. Donovan is doubtful for Game 7, but he leaves open the chance he might play. "It would be a situation where I wouldn't normally be playing ... they'll have to do something ... I don't know, we'll see," Donovan told the Calgary Sun.
Tampa Bay Lightning: Much has been made about NHL great Ray Bourque's inspirational phone call to former teammate Tim Taylor, now with the Tampa Bay Lightning. But Bourque's former Colorado Avalanche teammate Ville Nieminen believes another former member of the Avalanche who also plays for the Flames was slighted. "How many pucks did that guy block for him to win a Cup?" Nieminen told the Calgary Sun about center Stephane Yelle.
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