The Calgary Flames embarked on a four-game Eastern Conference road trip beginning in New York with a tilt against the Rangers. Coming off a nine-day break due to the 2023 NHL All-star weekend, the Flames looked to grab a vital two points in their quest for a berth in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
This was one of the most entertaining games of the season, league-wide. There were hits. There were fights. There were huge momentum swings. There was overtime. This game had it all.
Ultimately, the Rangers prevailed in overtime on a classically messy overtime winner off the stick of Alexis Lafreniere. The Flames picked up a valuable point and moved into the second wild card spot as a result.
Charts from the game are below.
|Filip Chytil||Kaapo Kakko, Adam Fox||05:37 | 1st||CGY 0 – 1 NYR|
|Blake Coleman||Andrew Mangiapane||10:25 | 1st||CGY 1 – 1 NYR|
|Filip Chytil||Unassisted||02:02 | 2nd||CGY 1 – 2 NYR|
|Tyler Toffoli (PPG)||Rasmus Andersson, Elias Lindholm||16:25 | 2nd||CGY 2 – 2 NYR|
|Mika Zibanejad (PPG)||Chris Kreider, Artemi Panarin||19:46 | 2nd||CGY 2 – 3 NYR|
|Andrew Mangiapane||Noah Hanifin, Mikael Backlund||06:38 | 3rd||CGY 3 – 3 NYR|
|Michael Stone||Mikael Backlund, Blake Coleman||08:41 | 3rd||CGY 4 – 3 NYR|
|Mika Zibanejad||Artemi Panarin, Jimmy Vesey||12:55 | 3rd||CGY 4 – 4 NYR|
|Alexis Lafrenière||Mika Zibanejad||01:37 | OT||CGY 4 – 5 NYR|
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