Matthew Tkachuk and Johnny Gaudreau scored in the shootout to help Calgary Flames win on Friday night.
- Calgary Flames’ record in the last 8 away games stood at an impressive 6-0-2
- Dan Vladar of the Flames, stopped 31 shots, helping his team to a victory.
- Sean Monahan scored 207th career goal for the Flames, climbing to the 7th spot in the team’s all-time scorer records.
Johnny Gaudreau and Matthew Tkachuk scored withinside the shootout as the Anaheim Ducks were defeated 4-three by the Calgary Flames on Friday night.
The Pacific Division-main Flames, are 6-0-2 of their closing 8 at the road, and
Sean Monahan had a goal and an assist on the night. Vladar stopped 31 shots and Blake Coleman, Elias Lindholm additionally had goals for Calgary in regulation.
The Ducks trailed three-1 withinside the 2d length earlier than rallying back. Rickard Rakell scored with 36 seconds final withinside the length on a slap shot and Vinni Lettieri evened it 2:04 into the 1/3 with a one-timer from the left faceoff circle off Trevor Zegras’ pass.
Sonny Milano additionally had a goal for Anaheim and John Gibson made 33 saves. Milano’s goal ended Vladar’s shutout chain at 140:fifty four. Vladar, who’s the Flames’ backup goalie, got here into the sport with a 1. fifty-seven goals-towards common and a .946 store percentage.
Monahan had his first multi-factor recreation due to the fact of Nov. 14 at Ottawa. After fifty-four seconds into the second one, Milano opened the scoring with a tip-in, Monahan fed an ideal pass to Coleman in the front of the net to tie it 3 mins later.
Monahan gave Calgary a three-1 lead with 4:50 final, ending his 12-game drought in the process, whilst Trevor Lewis observed him by myself in the front of the internet. It become Monahan’s 207th professional goal with the Flames, which moved him into the 7th region in franchise history.
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