Flames season has been a story of two different teams

Flames forward Curtis Glencross shares a laugh with goalie Miikka Kiprusoff during Friday night's...

Flames forward Curtis Glencross shares a laugh with goalie Miikka Kiprusoff during Friday night's 6-3 victory over the Nashville Predators. (Mike Drew/QMI Agency)

RANDY SPORTAK, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:45 PM ET

CALGARY - The last time the Calgary Flames visited Dallas, they drummed up a 4-3 comeback win.

They also were feeling fantastic about their game away from the Saddledome, having compiled a 3-1-1 road mark to start the season.

By comparison, they were floundering at home, having won only two of their first eight dates. Following his team's Feb. 17 victory over the Dallas Stars, Flames head coach Bob Hartley joked: "Maybe our next home game, we'll go for a bus ride before."

Things have sure changed in a month.

The Flames have won six straight before their faithful in the Sea of Red, but haven't won a road game since Hartley uttered those words, going 0-5-1.

Now, they're about to embark on a three-game trip which starts Monday in Big D before heading to Nashville and then Columbus.


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