Sean Monahan and Micheal Ferland had a goal and an assist each as the Calgary Flames scored four times in a second period Thursday night for a thrilling 4-3 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Down 2-0 after 20 minutes, Ferland ignited the rally at 2:34 when he got behind the Kings defence and had his shot squeeze under the pads of Jonathan Quick for his 16th goal.
Mark Giordano scored the overtime winner on Sunday night as the Calgary Flames edged the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3. On the winning goal, Mikael Backlund sent a pass back to the blue line where Giordano took a couple strides and fired a shot into the top corner on Jeff Glass, ending it 52 seconds into extra time. Matthew Tkachuk had two goals in regulation and Sean Monahan also scored for Calgary (19-16-4), which had lost five of its previous seven home games. Mike Smith turned away 34 shots in net.
CALGARY — The recent promotion of Matthew Tkachuk onto Calgary’s No. 1 power-play unit is paying off. Tkachuk scored twice Sunday, both on the man advantage, and Mark Giordano had the winner 52 seconds into overtime as the Flames edged the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3. Calgary’s power play was in a 2-for-31 slump when coach Glen Gulutzan made some personnel changes to his top power-play unit on Thursday. One move was inserting Tkachuk into the role of net-front presence.
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Selecting a term
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