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Toffoli, Flames rally for OT victory over Hurricane

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Calgary — Tyler Tofoley The score was scored with 30 seconds left in overtime to give the Calgary Flames a 3–2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday at the Scotiabank Saddledome.

Toffoli, who also recorded an assist, Rasmus Anderson for his second game-winning goal of the season.

“‘Ras’ did a really good job using his speed to take him wide. I was trying to find a bit of space and he played great in the middle,” said Toffoli.

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Nazem Kadri scored, Anderson provided two assists. Jacob Markstrom Made 25 saves for the Flames (4-1-0) in a 6-3 loss to the Buffalo Sabers on Thursday.

“It was big,” Markstrom said. “We don’t want to lose two games in a row and be a .500 team. We have to keep winning hockey games. Big win for us today.”

Sebastian Ajo score and Aunty Ranta He had 29 saves in a two-game losing streak with the Hurricanes (3-1-1).

“We still have a lot of games left,” Aho said. “We have to focus on the next game and win that game, so focus on that.”

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Ajo slid around the Calgary defense to give Carolina a 1-0 lead in the first period at 1:44. Noah Hannifin And across the backhand 5 holes.

calvin de haan At 10:28, a wrist shot from above the left faceoff circle went through the screens, making it 2–0 between the legs of Mark Ström, who lost his stick.

Kadri cut the lead to 2-1 at 13:31 and scored a power play goal on the rebound to extend his points streak to five games (2 goals, 4 assists).

‘It was a great start,’ says Hurricanes defense Jacob Slavin Said. “We stuck to our game but they scored a big power play goal. Our penalty kills are solid and it gives us momentum. , and that killed our momentum. It was still pretty good in the first period, but then obviously that second period just kind of squandered all the way through.”

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Brett Richie At 2:31 of the second period, a shot from Laanta’s pad from the goal line resulted in a 2-2 draw.

Derek Stepan With nine seconds remaining, it appeared Carolina was back in front, but Flames manager Darryl Sutter challenged for an offside play and the call was canceled after a video review.

“We came back in the third period and it went well…we got the goal and pulled it off the board. [was the] It’s the right decision,” said Hurricanes manager Rod Brindamore.[Markstrom] Saved a lot on another one. We all had our hands in the air thinking it went in. It wasn’t our best but I think we worked really hard.

Markstrom made a huge save with a backdoor pass from Aho to Slavin at 6:31 in the third period.Then Calgary was murdered blake colemandouble minor for high sticking Brent Burns 13:24.

“The penalty killer was unbelievable,” Markstrom said. “For everyone who was there, forward and [defensemen] It was there for that four minute kill. It was huge for us, and then it picked up momentum. ”

Note: Aho has scored eight goals (three goals and five assists) in a four-game scoring streak. … Sutter has coached in his 1,402nd NHL game, making him his ninth in NHL history, ahead of Ron Wilson. … Hannifin said he had one shot, two hits, two blocks and a minus-one rating in 23:26 ice time after an undisclosed injury forced him to miss one game.