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The Canadians: Clash between CH and Calgary Flames

The Canadians: Clash between CH and Calgary Flames

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After losing for the first time in six games on Tuesday against the Winnipeg Jets, the Canadians are trying to get back into winning ways tonight when they visit the Calgary Flames.

It’s currently 3-2 in favor of the flame.

After Calgaris took the lead with a Blake Coleman goal, Jeff Petrie answered 27 seconds before halftime.

Halfway through the second half, Johnny Goudreau re-leads the home team.

Minutes later, Andrew Mangyappani fell short and slashed the ball past the top end to double Alberta’s lead.

Except that Nick Suzuki tapped into another power game to get his second point of the night, 5 for 3, 2:04 after the Mangiapane net.

Andrew Hammond defends the nets for the Canadians, while striker Michael Pesetta is included in the squad, while Mathieu Perrault is left out.

Hammond is 2-0-0 in three games since joining the Canadians. For his part, Pezzetta has scored four goals, two assists and 68 minutes of penalty kicks in 34 games with confinement this season.

It’s also a chance for the Habs players to meet their former teammate Tyler Toffoli, who was traded to the Alberta club on February 14.

Since the deal, the striker has scored 5 goals and 7 points in seven matches in his new uniform.

The Flames (32-14-6) have won their last 11 home games. Jacob Markstrom against Daryl Sutter.

The Canadian defense has a lot to do with the Flames first line. With 67 and 61 points, respectively, Johnny Goudreau (20 goals and 47 assists) and Matthew Tkachuk (27 goals and 34 assists) are sixth.And the and 10And the Ranking of the best scorers in the circle. Midfielder Elias Lindholm has scored 10 goals in his last 11 games.

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The Flames defense is just as strong, averaging 2.4 goals per game, which puts him second in the NHL.

After this duel against the Flames, the CH will face the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday and the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday before returning to Montreal.