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January 21, 2019 - 3:11 am

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CALGARY Adidas Max Pacioretty Jersey , Alberta (AP) — Calgary Flames coach Bill Peters is seeing a payoff for moving newcomer Elias Lindholm onto the Flames’ top line.Lindholm scored his first two goals with Calgary and the Flames scored four unanswered goals in the third period for a 7-4 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night.The Swede, acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes in a trade at the June draft, scored a power-play goal that was the eventual game-winner at 14:28 of the third period.With Canucks forward Nikolay Goldobin serving a slashing penalty, Lindholm beat goalie Jakob Markstrom on the short side off a cross-ice feed from Johnny Gaudreau.Gaudreau had a goal and two assists, joining Lindholm, who added an assist, in a three-point game.“Most guys take some time to fit into new systems but he was able to slot in right away,” Peters said. “The line with him, (Sean) Monahan and Gaudreau has a lot of potential heading into this season.”Flames captain Mark Giordano and Monahan also scored for Calgary (1-1-0), with Austin Czarnik and Michael Frolik adding empty-net goals. Matthew Tkachuk had four assists.“Monny’s a goal-scoring center and Johnny’s a play-making winger,” Peters said. “It used to be your center made plays and your winger scored goals Adidas Seth Griffith Jersey , so they’ve got that a little bit flip-flopped. That’s fine.”Flames starter Mike Smith made 16 saves for the win, while Markstrom had 30 saves in the loss.Elias Pettersson scored two goals and assisted on another for the Canucks, who beat the visiting Flames 5-2 in Wednesday’s season-opener.The 19-year-old Swede has five points in his first two career NHL games.“Dynamite,” Canucks head coach Travis Green said. “He was our best player tonight. He was one of the bright spots in the game. A few guys played OK. We had some guys that needed to play better.”Brandon Sutter scored a short-handed goal and Bo Horvat had a goal for Vancouver, which led 4-3 heading into the third period.Monahan’s power-play goal at 9:27 of the third tied the game at 4-4. After the center redirected a cross-ice pass from Gaudreau by Markstrom, Smith robbed Goldobin with a glove save.Penalized for hauling down Pettersson near Calgary’s net late in the second period, Flames defenseman Michael Stone joined Giordano in the penalty box and the Canucks had a two-man advantage.Horvat redirected Pettersson’s feed for a power-play goal at 16:57.Tkachuk tucked the puck into the corner of Vancouver’s net during a goal-mouth scramble, but a coach’s challenge wiped out the goal in the second period.But Gaudreau then banged in a rebound off a Monahan shot for a power-play goal at 9:31 to even the score 3-3.Pettersson scored his second goal with a shot from the face-off circle at 2:52 on the power-play.Giordano tied the game 2-2 at 17:08 of the first period. Calgary’s captain beat Markstrom with a wrist shot from the top of the face-off circle.The visitors led 2-1 on a Sutter’s short-handed goal at 16:38. He beat Smith with a shot under the arm on a 2-on-1.Pettersson swept the puck by Smith’s glove from the slot at 13:50 for his first goal of the night.Lindholm scored his first goal just 12 seconds after the opening puck drop.After winning the offensive-zone faceoff, the Swede tipped T.J. Brodie’s wrist shot from the boards by Markstrom.NOTES: Calgary was minus defenseman Travis Hamonic on Saturday because of a facial fracture he sustained in a fight Wednesday with Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbrandson. … Noah Hanifin moved up to partner Stone on Calgary’s No. 2 defensive pairing. Dalton Prout drew into the lineup alongside rookie Juusu Valimaki, who turned 20 on Saturday.NEXT UPFlames embark on a three-game road trip starting Tuesday in Nashville.Canucks have another five games remaining on a six-game swing away from Rogers Arena. DENVER (AP) Pittsburgh Penguins right winger Josh Jooris wears No. 16. That happens to be the total wins necessary for the team to retain the Stanley Cup for a third straight season.There are lots of relevant numbers to be crunched heading into the playoffs, which begin Wednesday night. For instance Adidas Jack Roslovic Jersey , zero comes to mind, which is the number of expansion teams that have hoisted the Cup after starting from scratch. That’s a figure the upstart Vegas Golden Knights are aiming to update.Or Sweet 16 – the amount of teams that still have a shot at that coveted trophy. Here is a by-the-numbers glance at a postseason that will last two action-packed months. Welcome to beard-growing season:16 – Game-winning playoff goals for Toronto forward Patrick Marleau .15 – Times Claude Giroux of Philadelphia had at least two assists in a game this season. He and Blake Wheeler of Winnipeg tied for the league lead with 68.14 – Career playoff goals in 55 games for Winnipeg forward Paul Stastny , who was acquired from St. Louis in February.13 – Age of New Jersey forward Nico Hischier the last time the Devils made the postseason in 2011-12.12 – Spot where Anaheim defenseman Cam Fowler was picked in the 2010 entry draft . He’s played the third-most NHL regular season games of anyone in that draft class.11 – :45 p.m. The time Game 2 of the 1951 semifinal series between Boston and Toronto – who meet in the first round this season – was halted at 1-1. Maple Leaf Gardens needed to clear patrons by midnight because of a Toronto ordinance in effect, according to the Bruins website .10 – Postseason shutouts by Vegas goalie Marc-Andre Fleury in his career.9 – Uniform number of Artemi Panarin , who led Columbus with 82 points. No. 9 Filip Forsberg also led his Nashville team in scoring with 64, and No. 9 Taylor Hall led New Jersey with 93. Cloud Nine for sure.8 – Overtime playoff goals scored by Avalanche Hall of Famer-turned-executive Joe Sakic , the most for a career. Maurice ”Rocket” Richard is next with six.7 – New teams that weren’t in the playoffs a season ago, matching the biggest year-to-year change. It includes Colorado, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Philadelphia Adidas Laurent Brossoit Jersey , Tampa Bay, Vegas and Winnipeg.6 – Approximate length, in inches – or maybe in feet – of the impressive beard grown by Brent Burns of San Jose. The gold standard of whiskers.5.9 – Goals averaged per game this season, an increase of 7 percent from a year ago. There were 7,552 regular-season goals.5 – Combined playoff hat tricks for Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby (2) and Evgeni Malkin (2), along with Washington’s Alex Ovechkin (1). Wayne Gretzky had 10.4a – Number of times a team has rallied from a 0-3 playoff deficit to win a series. The last occurrence was the Kings over the Sharks during the first round in 2014.4b – Times since the conference format was introduced in `74-75 the last-place team from each side earned a playoff spot the next season. New Jersey and Colorado had the distinction in 2017-18, joining the Red Wings/Rockies (finished last in `76-77), Bruins/Sharks (last in `96-97) and Maple Leafs/Oilers (last in `15-16).3 – Draft picks Vegas surrendered to Detroit at the trade deadline to acquire forward Tomas Tatar , who has three goals and four assists in 17 playoff games.2 – Number of Canadian teams in the postseason, which is less than California (three).1.95 – Career goals-against average for Pittsburgh’s Matt Murray in the playoffs.1a – Number of players born in France in these playoffs (Pierre-Edouard Bellemare of Vegas).1b – Number of players born in Nebraska in these playoffs (Jake Guentzel of Pittsburgh).0 – Times Minnesota and Winnipeg have faced each other in the playoffs. The two first-round foes never met in the NHL playoffs when Minnesota had the North Stars (now in Dallas) or Winnipeg had the original Jets (now in Arizona).—

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