1991–92 Calgary Flames Season - Regular Season - Game Log

Game Log

1991–92 Game Log
October: 6–5–1 (Home: 3–1–0; Road: 3–4–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
1 October 4 Edmonton 2 – 9 Calgary 1–0–0 2
2 October 6 Calgary 3 – 5 Winnipeg 1–1–0 2
3 October 8 Calgary 3 – 4 San Jose 1–2–0 2
4 October 10 Calgary 7 – 1 Los Angeles 2–2–0 4
5 October 12 Calgary 1 – 3 Edmonton 2–3–0 4
6 October 15 Minnesota 3 – 6 Calgary 3–3–0 6
7 October 17 Toronto 4 – 6 Calgary 4–3–0 8
8 October 19 Calgary 2 – 5 Vancouver 4–4–0 8
9 October 22 Calgary 4 – 2 Minnesota 5–4–0 10
10 October 24 Calgary 5 – 2 Chicago 6–4–0 12
11 October 26 Calgary 2 – 2 St. Louis OT 6–4–1 13
12 October 30 New Jersey 5 – 2 Calgary 6–5–1 13
November: 5–5–3 (Home: 2–3–2; Road: 3–2–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
13 November 1 Calgary 7 – 6 Winnipeg OT 7–5–1 15
14 November 4 Calgary 0 – 4 NY Rangers 7–6–1 15
15 November 6 Calgary 3 – 2 Hartford 8–6–1 17
16 November 7 Calgary 4 – 4 Boston OT 8–6–2 18
17 November 9 Calgary 6 – 1 Toronto 9–6–2 20
18 November 12 Detroit 5 – 4 Calgary OT 9–7–2 20
19 November 14 Vancouver 2 – 2 Calgary OT 9–7–3 21
20 November 16 Buffalo 5 – 4 Calgary 9–8–3 21
21 November 21 Vancouver 2 – 3 Calgary 10–8–3 23
22 November 22 Calgary 5 – 6 Vancouver OT 10–9–3 23
23 November 25 Winnipeg 3 – 3 Calgary OT 10–9–4 24
24 November 28 Los Angeles 3 – 5 Calgary 11–9–4 26
25 November 30 San Jose 2 – 1 Calgary 11–10–4 26
December: 5–7–1 (Home: 4–1–1; Road: 1–6–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
26 December 3 Calgary 2 – 5 Detroit 11–11–4 26
27 December 5 Calgary 3 – 6 New Jersey 11–12–4 26
28 December 7 Calgary 1 – 5 Montreal 11–13–4 26
29 December 8 Calgary 4 – 2 Buffalo 12–13–4 28
30 December 10 Calgary 1 – 4 Washington 12–14–4 28
31 December 14 Detroit 4 – 3 Calgary OT 12–15–4 28
32 December 17 Winnipeg 4 – 7 Calgary 13–15–4 30
33 December 19 Quebec 5 – 5 Calgary OT 13–15–5 31
34 December 21 Calgary 2 – 7 Winnipeg 13–16–5 31
35 December 23 Calgary 3 – 5 Edmonton 13–17–5 31
36 December 28 Philadelphia 1 – 5 Calgary 14–17–5 33
37 December 29 Los Angeles 2 – 6 Calgary 15–17–5 35
38 December 31 Montreal 2 – 3 Calgary OT 16–17–5 37
January: 5–5–2 (Home: 2–2–1; Road: 3–3–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
39 January 4 Edmonton 3 – 2 Calgary 16–18–5 37
40 January 5 Calgary 3 – 2 Edmonton 17–18–5 39
41 January 8 San Jose 3 – 10 Calgary 18–18–5 41
42 January 10 Pittsburgh 5 – 7 Calgary 19–18–5 43
43 January 13 Calgary 2 – 2 Montreal OT 19–18–6 44
44 January 14 Calgary 5 – 3 Quebec 20–18–6 46
45 January 16 Calgary 4 – 6 NY Rangers 20–19–6 46
46 January 22 NY Rangers 4 – 4 Calgary OT 20–19–7 47
47 January 24 Calgary 3 – 2 San Jose 21–19–7 49
48 January 25 Calgary 3 – 4 Los Angeles 21–20–7 49
49 January 27 Chicago 3 – 4 Calgary OT 21–21–7 49
50 January 30 Calgary 1 – 3 Boston 21–22–7 49
February: 4–7–2 (Home: 3–3–1; Road: 1–4–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
51 February 1]] Calgary 2 – 5 Washington 21–23–7 49
52 February 2 Calgary 3 – 6 NY Islanders 21–24–7 49
53 February 5 Quebec 3 – 5 Calgary 22–24–7 51
54 February 7 Calgary 1 – 4 Winnipeg 22–25–7 51
55 February 11 NY Islanders 3 – 1 Calgary 22–26–7 51
56 February 13 Washington 4 – 4 Calgary OT 22–26–8 52
57 February 15 Calgary 2 – 7 St. Louis 22–27–8 52
58 February 16 Calgary 5 – 5 Chicago OT 22–27–9 53
59 February 19 Boston 4 – 6 Calgary 23–27–9 55
60 February 21 Los Angeles 7 – 9 Calgary 24–27–9 57
61 February 23 Calgary 4 – 2 San Jose 25–27–9 59
62 February 25 Buffalo 5 – 3 Calgary 25–28–9 59
63 February 27 Philadelphia 3 – 0 Calgary 25–29–9 59
March: 5–7–2 (Home: 5–3–2; Road: 0–4–0)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
64 March 1 Calgary 0 – 11 Vancouver 25–30–9 59
65 March 3 Pittsburgh 6 – 3 Calgary 25–31–9 59
66 March 5 Toronto 5 – 5 Calgary OT 25–31–10 60
67 March 7 St. Louis 1 – 5 Calgary 26–31–10 62
68 March 10 Calgary 2 – 5 Pittsburgh 26–32–10 62
69 March 12 Calgary 4 – 5 Philadelphia OT 26–33–10 62
70 March 14 Vancouver 6 – 4 Calgary 26–34–10 62
71 March 16 Hartford 4 – 3 Calgary 26–35–10 62
72 March 19 San Jose 1 – 3 Calgary 27–35–10 64
73 March 21 Calgary 2 – 5 Los Angeles 27–36–10 64
74 March 24 Edmonton 4 – 4 Calgary OT 27–36–11 65
75 March 26 Los Angeles 2 – 7 Calgary 28–36–11 67
76 March 28 Minnesota 3 – 4 Calgary 29–36–11 69
77 March 31 Edmonton 2 – 5 Calgary 30–36–11 71
April: 1–1–1 (Home: 0–1–0; Road: 1–0–1)
# Date Visitor Score Home OT Record Pts
78 April 12 Winnipeg 4 – 3 Calgary 30–37–11 71
79 April 15 Calgary 4 – 3 San Jose 31–37–11 73
80 April 16 Calgary 4 – 4 Vancouver OT 31–37–12 74

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