Commemorative Coin Collection
The Flames journey is full of memorable moments, top players in the league, and magnificent milestones along the way. These collector coins celebrate our anniversaries and commemorate the storied history of the finest team in the NHL. Each coin represents the owners, staff, coaches, players, and most of all – our fans. We honor the team’s branding identity over the years and honour each and every person that makes up the Flames family.
This reproduction of the Flames official 10 Year patch celebrates ten years of hockey seasons in Calgary. The patch appeared on the Flames jersey during the 1989-90 season immediately following their historical Stanley Cup winning season. While the team’s heart and soul Lanny McDonald retired, many of the core players from that championship season remained including Doug Gilmour, Joe Mullen, Joel Otto, Gary Roberts, Joe Nieuwendyk, and a young Theoren Fleury.
This reproduction of the Flames official 15 Year patch celebrating a decade and a half of hockey seasons in Calgary. The patch appeared on the left rear hem of the team’s jersey during the shortened 1994-95 season, which saw the Flames not play until the calendar turned to 1995. This was also the introduction of the franchise’s “pedestal” jersey which replaced the Flames’ iconic look the team had kept since its inception and the first time the team added black to its colour scheme. It was also the final season as a Flame for captain Joe Nieuwendyk, a key point in franchise history that set the stage for the team’s next era.
This reproduction of the Flames official 20 Year patch celebrating two decades of hockey seasons in Calgary. This special logo was featured in the Flames 1999-2000 season and appeared as a decal on the player’s helmets all season long while the jerseys featured a special commemorative year 2000 NHL patch. It was the turn of the century, the start of a new millennia, and the beginning emergence of franchise and hall of fame player Jarome Iginla who was now in his third full season. The next season he would lead the team in scoring for that season and multiple years following.
This reproduction of the Flames official 25 Year patch celebrates a quarter-century of hockey seasons in Calgary. Appearing in the 2005-06 season, the patch appeared on the Flames tri-set of jerseys. Only a single season removed from their miraculous run to Game 7 of the 2004 Stanley Cup Final (the 2004-05 season wasn’t played due to a labour stoppage) the team’s celebration of 25 years marked the completed ascension of the team’s greatest player of all time – Jarome Iginla, yet some of his best individual accomplishments were still to come in the next five seasons.
This reproduction of the Flames official 30 Year patch celebrates a third decade of hockey in Calgary. This patch was introduced during the 2009-10 season marking three decades of Flames hockey in Calgary and was adorned on the team’s jerseys for the season. In addition, the team brought back its original retro jersey design as a special alternate for the season which also featured the patch. Interestingly the team would actually play its 30th season the following year (due to the 2004-05 lockout) but still chose to celebrate the multiple decades as an organization in the city.
This reproduction of the Flames official 40 Year patch celebrates a fourth decade of hockey in Calgary. This patch appeared on the team’s home, away, and retro alternate jerseys for the 2019-20 season. The team also celebrated by playing the Winnipeg Jets in Regina at Mosaic Field in the third installment of the Heritage Classic outdoor game. It also marked the beginning of the pandemic seasons, with the 40th celebration season being paused and finishing through the summer followed by a shortened 2021 season. It also was last season for the organization’s long-time leader, president, and CEO Ken King who passed away in March of 2020.