The Wraparound: Goaltending hasn't been an issue for Flames

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The Wraparound: Goaltending hasn't been an issue for Flames
The Wraparound: Goaltending hasn't been an issue for Flames

The Wraparound is your daily look at the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs. We'll break down each day's matchups with the all-important television and live streaming information included. Even though the Calgary Flames finished right at the top of the Western Conference standings, many hockey fans doubted whether or not they were a serious Stanley Cup contender. The reason for the doubt was pretty obvious, too. No one seemed to believe in either of their goaltenders. Mike Smith and David Rittich both had difficult stretches at various times throughout the season. In the end, the Flames decided to roll with Smith in the postseason. The 37-year-old finished the campaign with 23-16-2 record, a 2.72 goals-against-average

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