10
Calgary Flames players of all time

The Calgary Flames are a professional ice hockey team based in Calgary. The Flames compete in the National Hockey League as a member of the Pacific Division in the Western Conference.

1
Jarome Iginla

Iginla scored 30 or more goals in 11 consecutive seasons with Calgary, twice surpassing 50 goals and netting 40-plus twice more.

2
Theo Fleury

In ten seasons with the Flames, Fleury scored 30 goals or seven more goals, including a career-high 51 in 1990–91. He represented the Flames six times in the NHL All-Star Game.

3
Al Macinnis

Macinnis is the organization's all-time leader with 609 and is third in points (822) and games played (803).

4
Joe Nieuwendyk

Nieuwendyk fell below 36 goals only twice in his career with the Flames, once when he had 21 over 46 games in the lockout-shortened 1994-95 campaign.

5
Miikka Kiprusoff

Miikka Kiprusoff is the best goalie in Flames history and the backbone of the 2004 team that finished one victory shy of a Stanley Cup title.

6
Gary Suter

Sutter put up some nice numbers with the Flames scoring 564 points (5th in franchise history) in 617 games (8th). His 436 assists are fourth-most in franchise history.

7
Kent Nillson

In six years, Nilsson was a Flame, Nilsson is sixth in franchise history with 562 points, having mastered a mere 425 games as the Flame.

8
Joel Otto

Otto played the sixth-most games in Flames history with 730, is third with 1642 penalty minutes, and seventh with 57 power-play goals.

9
Joe Mullen

Over his four full seasons with the Flames, Mullen scored 47, 40, 51, and 36 goals and won a pair of Lady Byng Trophies.

10
Gary Roberts

Roberts scored 257 goals for the Flames, including 53 in 1991-92, and is fourth in franchise history in that department. His 505 points are eighth-most in Flames history.