Level Five: The Hall of Famer
Now we get into the nitty-gritty. It’s all come down to these final ten questions. You think you can handle it? This level is for the extreme Flames fans. You basically live and breathe the Flames.
Don’t feel too bad about not knowing these, I didn’t even know most of these. My dad had to basically help me with most of these questions in the final two rounds seeing how I wasn’t alive for a lot of the incidents that happened (thanks dad). And remember, no Googling! Trust me, trying to even Google some of these questions is hard. You won’t be able to find an answer – that’s how hard this level is. It’s for the ultimate Flames fans.
What season did the Calgary Flames need to use six different goalies due to injuries?
- BONUS: Name three of them.
Who had the series winning goal against the
in 1989 in the Stanley Cup Final when the Flames won the cup?
Who was known as the Flames “third goalie” because of his ability to block shots when the goaltender was outside of the crease?
What is the most amount of goals that the Flames have scored in a game?
- BONUS: Who was it against?
The Sutters are a large family (7 brothers – 6 played in the NHL) and now the second generation of Sutters have been making their mark as well. How many Sutters total have been in someway or another involved in the Flames organization?
Why are the Flames called the Flames?
Who was the referee who Flames fans don’t like (and he doesn’t like the Flames either) who called a controversial tripping penalty in game 7 against the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2004, where the Bolts scored and won the series and the cup?
During the 2004-2005 lockout, which Flames player played for the Iron Maiden which is a beer league in Calgary?
Who was the first ever player drafted by the Calgary Flames? (Note: Calgary, not Atlanta).
When the Flames won the cup in 1989 against the Montreal Canadiens, they had done a feat that no other NHL team has ever done before. What was that feat?
Let’s see how you did!