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The Flames organization started out in Atlanta. The short-lived Atlanta Flames played from 1972 to 1979 before the team relocated to Calgary for the 1980-81 season. The Flames swapped out their flaming A logo for a flaming C, but the old Atlanta Flames logo has remained in use as the “A” on the jerseys of Calgary’s alternate captains.

Shortly after they arrived in Calgary, the Flames developed a contentious rivalry with the Edmonton Oilers. The Oilers teams of the 1980s were some of the most talented the NHL has ever seen, but the Flames always managed to be one of their toughest opponents, particularly in the playoffs. In the 1986 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Flames defeated the Oilers in the Division Finals when, with Game 7 tied at 2, Oilers’ defenseman Steve Smith accidentally played the puck off his own goalie and into Edmonton’s net. Smith’s own-goal won the series for Calgary, and the Flames ultimately advanced to their first Stanley Cup Final. It took the Flames until 1989 to win their first Stanley Cup, and they did so with a stacked roster that included Theoren Fleury, Gary Roberts, Joe Mullen Doug Gilmour, Lanny McDonald, Al MacInnis, and Joe Nieuwendyk. The Flames defeated the Montreal Canadiens in six games.

After many disappointing seasons in which the Flames failed to qualify for the playoffs, the team made a surprising run to the 2004 Stanley Cup Final. Led by the goal scoring of Captain Jarome Iginla and stellar goaltending from Miikka Kiprusoff, the Flames defeated some of the Western Conference’s toughest teams but lost the Stanley Cup to the Lightning after seven games. Iginla and Kiprusoff helped the Flames make the playoffs in four consecutive seasons after their run to the Final.

After Kiprusoff’s retirement and Iginla’s departure, the Flames developed exciting players like Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan.

Frequently Asked Questions About Flames Games and Flames Tickets

How much are Calgary Flames tickets?

Flames ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Flames tickets can be found for as low as $10.00, with an average price of $48.00. Buy Flames tickets.


Where do Calgary Flames play?

The Flames home games are played at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Canada.


Do I need to print my Flames tickets?

Print-at-home tickets are no longer an option for NHL games. Calgary Flames are exclusively using mobile ticket entry to all games.


Does my child need a ticket for a Flames game?

Each NHL team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements and others have restrictions on height. The Flames policy states all children under 2 are free.

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Calgary Flames Ticket Prices

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2019-20
$48
2018-19
$49
2017-18
$44
2016-17
$39
2015-16
$38
2014-15
$69
2013-14
$90
2011-12
$108

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