Since losing seven straight contests, the Calgary Flames have been on a bit of a heater. Hot off a thrilling shootout victory over the Florida Panthers a couple days ago, they continued their road trip with a game against the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Flyers entered the game on a five-game losing streak, and the Flames treated them as such. Jonathan Huberdeau and Dillon Dube scored in the first period, and Rasmus Andersson in the second. Despite the Flyers pulling to within one goal off a Joel Farabee goal in the third frame, the Flames iced it with two empty-netters from Blake Coleman and Trevor Lewis.
They were in control for basically the entire game, and it was a very solid 60-minute effort for the whole team.
The road trip continues against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night.
|Jonathan Huberdeau||Blake Coleman||04:43 | 1st||CGY 1 – 0 PHI|
|Dillon Dube||Blake Coleman, MacKenzie Weegar||13:51 | 1st||CGY 2 – 0 PHI|
|Tanner Laczynski||Kevin Hayes, Noah Cates||14:33 | 1st||CGY 2 – 1 PHI|
|Rasmus Andersson||Noah Hanifin, Andrew Mangiapane||03:29 | 2nd||CGY 3 – 1 PHI|
|Joel Farabee||Unassisted||08:03 | 3rd||CGY 3 – 2 PHI|
|Blake Coleman||Unassisted||18:09 | 3rd||CGY 4 – 2 PHI|
|Trevor Lewis||Chris Tanev, Milan Lucic||19:23 | 3rd||CGY 5 – 2 PHI|
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