High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The 1985-86 Calgary
Flames season was the sixth season in Calgary and 14th for the
Flames franchise in the National Hockey League (NHL). It was a
banner season for the Flames, who overcame a franchise record
eleven game losing streak to finish 2nd in the Smythe Division and
captured the franchise's first Clarence S. Campbell Bowl as
Campbell Conference champions. In doing so, they became the first
Calgary team to reach the Stanley Cup Finals since the Calgary
Tigers in 1923-24. The Flames season ended at the hands of the
Montreal Canadiens, who defeated Calgary in five games in the
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