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RED WINGS 5 at EDMONTON 4 SO (2/15/23)
1ST PERIOD: DET Larkin (Fabbri, Perron) 4:17-PP; DET Seider (Copp) 17:19-EV
2ND PERIOD: EDM Nugent-Hopkins (McDavid, Hyman) 1:26-EV; DET Fabbri (Perron, Hronek) 9:06-PP; EDM Nugent-Hopkins (McDavid, Bouchard) 11:32-EV; DET Määttä (Larkin) 16:12-EV
3RD PERIOD: EDM Draisaitl (Barrie, Nugent-Hopkins) 3:26-PP; EDM Ryan (Kostin, Broberg) 5:27-EV OT: No scoring
SO: EDM Nugent-Hopkins (miss), DET Fabbri (miss); EDM McDavid (goal), DET Perron (goal); EDM Draisaitl (save), DET Larkin (save); EDM Hyman (save), DET Seider (miss); EDM Kane (save), DET Suter (goal)
SHOTS: DET 23 (7-7-7-2) / EDM 45 (10-16-17-2)
GOALIES: DET Husso (W, 41-45) / EDM Campbell (SOL, 19-23)
PP: DET 2-2 / EDM 1-3

MAN GAMES LOST (games missed / out since)
Jake Walman – upper body (3 / Feb. 9)
Lucas Raymond – lower body (3 / Feb. 10)
Total Man Games Lost: 229
Individual Man Games Lost: Filip Zadina (37), Robby Fabbri (35), Jakub Vrána (33), Matt Luff (32), Tyler Bertuzzi (31), Robert Hägg (15), Elmer Söderblom (13), Gustav Lindström (11), Oskar Sundqvist (7), Olli Määttä (4), Ville Husso (2), Michael Rasmussen (2), Dylan Larkin (1)

2/14 – Recalled forward Jakub Vrána from Grand Rapids … Placed forward Lucas Raymond on injured reserve retroactive to 2/10
2/9 – Reassigned defenseman Donovan Sebrango to Grand Rapids from Toledo (ECHL) … Reassigned defenseman Seth Barton from Grand Rapids to Toledo (ECHL)

RED WINGS at FLAMES / 9:00 P.M. EST / Scotiabank Saddledome / TV: BSD / RADIO: WXYT 97.1 FM
TONIGHT: 168th all-time meeting, 85th at Calgary … Second of two games this season, only game at Calgary
ALL-TIME vs. CGY: 74-74-16-3 / AWAY: 30-46-6-2 / LAST 10: 2-7-1 / IN 2021-22: 0-2-0 / THIS SEASON: 1-0-0
DET top scorers vs. CGY: David Perron (17-19-36 in 43 GP), Dylan Larkin (7-4-11 in 13 GP), Jakub Vrána (5-2-7 in 7 GP), Oskar Sundqvist (4-3-7 in 10 GP), Dominik Kubalík (2-2-4 in 6 GP)
CGY top scorers vs. DET: Jonathan Huberdeau (8-25-33 in 37 GP), Nazem Kadri (8-9-17 in 30 GP), Tyler Toffoli (7-7-14 in 18 GP), Blake Coleman (8-6-14 in 20 GP), Elias Lindholm (8-4-12 in 21 GP), Andrew Mangiapane (4-0-4 in 6 GP)

Saturday, Feb. 18: RED WINGS at KRAKEN / 10:30 p.m. / Climate Pledge Arena / TV: BSD / RADIO: WXYT 97.1 FM
Tuesday, Feb. 21: RED WINGS at CAPITALS / 7:00 p.m. / Capital One Arena / TV: BSD / RADIO: WXYT 97.1 FM
Thursday, Feb. 23: RED WINGS vs. RANGERS / 7:00 p.m. / LITTLE CAESARS ARENA / TV: BSD / RADIO : WXYT 97.1 FM

Feb. 15 at Edmonton – 5-4 W
Detroit captured a 5-4 shootout win at Edmonton to improve to 25-20-8 overall and 11-9-5 on the road … Detroit extended its winning streak to four-consecutive games, which was also accomplished from Nov. 17-25 … The Red Wings are 6-2-0 since Jan. 24 vs. San Jose … Detroit is 4-1-0 in its last five road games dating back to Jan. 19 at Vegas … The Red Wings are 9-5-8 in one-goal games this season, and 24-6-18 since the beginning of the 2021-22 campaign … Detroit has scored five-or-more goals in each of its last three contests … The Red Wings are a perfect 10-0-0 this season when netting five-or-more goals … Detroit is 16-0-2 this season when leading after two periods, and 8-0-2 when doing so on the road … Detroit is 12-4-4 at Edmonton dating back to Oct. 30, 2007 … Pius Suter scored the deciding goal in the fifth round of the shootout … Suter is 2-for-2 in shootout attempts in his NHL career … David Perron also netted a goal in the shootout to improve to 26-for-73 (35.6%) in shootout attempts during his NHL career … Dylan Larkin opened the scoring on the power play with his team-leading 21st goal of the season … Larkin extended his goal streak to four-straight games, matching the longest streak of his career (also 4 GP on March 25-31, 2019 and Nov. 16-21, 2015) … Larkin bagged his thirdconsecutive game-opening goal and NHL-best 19th since the start of the 2021-22 season … Larkin has 43 career game-opening goals, passing Vyacheslav Kozlov for sole possession of 11th place on the franchise’s all-time list … Larkin also picked up an assist for his third-consecutive multi-point game … The last time Larkin had three-straight multi-point performances was Feb. 9-14, 2022 …Larkin is currently on a five-game point streak (6-3-9 in 5 GP) … Larkin has compiled 19 points (8-11-19) and six power play goals in 15 games since Jan. 10 vs. Winnipeg … Larkin is now averaging a point-per-game this season, leading the Red Wings in goals (21), assists (31), points (52), power play goals (11), power play points (19), game-winning goals (4) and shots (167) through 52 games … Robby Fabbri also tallied a power play goal and an assist for his second-consecutive multi-point game … It marks the first time Fabbri has recorded back-to-back multi-point games since Dec. 8-9, 2016 as a member of the St. Louis Blues … Fabbri extended his point streak to three-straight games (2-4-6 in 3 GP) … David Perron finished with two assists for his seventh multi-point game of the season … Perron has four assists in his last four appearances … Perron (283-416-699 in 1,026 GP) is one point shy of 700 for his NHL career … Moritz Seider gave Detroit a 2-0 lead with his fifth goal of the campaign … Seider extended his point streak to five-straight games (1-5-6 in 5 GP) … Seider has three point streaks of five-or-more games (also 8 GP from Feb. 9-March 4, 2022 and 5 GP from Oct. 23- 30, 2021), becoming the first defenseman in Red Wings history with three runs of that length before turning 22 … In all, Seider has accumulated 17 points (2-15-17) and a plus-six rating in 15 games since Jan. 10 vs. Winnipeg … Olli Määttä gave Detroit a 4-2 advantage with his fifth goal of the season … Määttä has scored five-or-more goals in a single season for the first time since tallying seven goals in 2017-18 with the Pittsburgh Penguins … Filip Hronek logged an assist on Fabbri’s power play goal to boost his point streak to three-straight games (1-2-3 in 3 GP) … Andrew Copp notched the lone helper on Seider’s goal, giving him assists in backto-back games (0-2-2 in 2 GP) … Ville Husso stopped 41-of-45 shots to earn his 21st win of the season … Husso has won each of his last four starts, and owns a 6-1-0 record since Jan. 24 vs. San Jose … Husso is 11-0-1 this season when making 32-or-more saves … Detroit finished a perfect 2-for-2 on the power play … The Red Wings are 3-for-3 on the man advantage over their last two games, and 6-for-14 (42.9%) since Feb. 9 vs. Calgary … Detroit is 8-1-0 this season when scoring multiple power play goals.


February 13, 2023 – CALGARY FLAMES [3] vs. OTTAWA SENATORS 4
The Flames finished off a four-game road trip at the Canadian Tire Centre against the Ottawa Senators. The Senators broke the deadlock just over six minutes into the first with Brady Tkachuk scoring to put the Sens up 1-0. Later in the frame, Dillon Dube made it goals in back-to-back games and tipped home his 14th of the season and square the contest at one’s through 20. Tyler Toffoli scored the lone goal of the second from his signature spot with a rocket shot past Mads Sogaard to give the Flames their first lead of the night. In the third, Dillon Dube continued his hot-streak and scored his second of the night. However, the Senators would rally late to tie the game and eventually win in overtime 4-3.
CGY GOAL SCORERS: Dube (14, 15), Toffoli (22)
GOALIE: Markstrom (21/25 .840 Sv%)
PP: 1/4 (25%)
PK: 4/4 (100%)

February 13, 2023 CGY [3] at OTT 4 Stützle Markstrom Sogaard
February 11, 2023 CGY [7] at BUF [2] Gilbert Markstrom Luukkonen
February 9, 2023 CGY [1] at DET [2] Zadina Vladar Husso
February 6, 2023 CGY [4] at NYR 5 Lafrenière Markstrom Halak
January 27, 2023 CGY [5] at SEA [2] Zadorov Vladar Jones
*shootout winning goal


February 16, 2023 7:00pm vs. Detroit Red Wings Scotiabank Saddledome
February 18, 2023 8:00pm vs. New York Rangers Scotiabank Saddledome
February 20, 2023 2:00pm vs. Philadelphia Flyers Scotiabank Saddledome
February 22, 2023 7:30pm at Arizona Coyotes Mullett Arena
February 23, 2023 7:00pm at Vegas Golden Knights T-Mobile Arena

This is the second of two matchups this season between the Flames and Red Wings. The clubs met exactly a week ago in Detroit, with the Flames falling 2-1. This is a Pacific Division versus Atlantic Division matchup; The Flames have an overall record of 4-5-3 against Atlantic Division opponents this season and a record of 10-9-7 against Eastern Conference opponents.

The Flames and Red Wings met exactly one week ago at Little Caesars Arena. In the first, Calgary came out firing and outshot Detroit 12-5, but Dan Vladar and Ville Husso were equal to the task and the game remained scoreless through 20 minutes of play. In the second, it would take 18:07 of action to break the deadlock, and it would be Blake Coleman who scored for the third straight contest to give the Flames the first lead of the game. Shortly after, Detroit would respond with Wings captain Dylan Larkin netting his 16th to level the score heading into the intermission. In the third, Calgary would fire 15 shots on goal, but Detroit would score the only goal courtesy of Filip Zadina and hold on for a 2-1 win, snapping the Flames six-game win streak over Detroit. The Flames have knocked-off the Red Wings in their last six trips to the

The Flames faced the league’s third-best power play on Monday night in Ottawa and went a perfect 4/4 on the penalty kill. Ottawa had scored on the power play in six-straight games heading into Monday night’s tilt, and Calgary became the first team to shut their power play down since January 21st and the Flames surrendered just three shots against through 5:42 of short-handed time. Calgary boasts the NHL’s sixth-best penalty kill (82.4%), and the fourth short-handed unit since the start of January at 88.6% on the kill.

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Calgary Flames vs. Detroit Red Wings
7:00pm MT
Scotiabank Saddledome
TV: Sportsnet West
Radio: Sportsnet Fan 960

2022-23 Season Series: 0-1-0 (Home: 0-0-0, Road 0-1-0)
Feb. 9, 2023 – CGY [1] at DET [2]
Feb. 16, 2023 – DET at CGY

2021-22 Season Series: 2-0-0 (Home: 1-0-0, Road: 1-0-0)
Last Home Win vs. DET: March 12, 2022 – Detroit [0] vs. Calgary [3]
Last Road Win @ DET: October 21, 2021 – Calgary [3] at Detroit [0]
Last Home Loss vs. DET: January 7, 2015 – Detroit [3] vs. Calgary [2]
Last Road Loss @ DET: February 9, 2023 – Calgary [1] at Detroit [2]

Feb. 5 – recalled Jakob Pelletier (F) and Dennis Gilbert (D) from Calgary (AHL)
Feb. 6 – activated Chris Tanev (D) from IR

FLAMES RECENT INJURIES (Total man games lost – 43)
Noah Hanifin – illness (1 game: Oct. 21)
Chris Tanev – upper-body (5 games: Nov. 3 – Nov. 10)
Jonathan Huberdeau – upper-body (3 games: Nov. 8 – Nov. 12)
Michael Stone – lower-body (11 games: Nov. 7 – Nov. 25)
MacKenzie Weegar – non-COVID illness (1 game: Dec. 12)
Elias Lindholm – upper-body injury (1 game: Dec. 12)
Chris Tanev – upper-body injury (3 games: Dec. 14 – Dec. 18)
Radim Zohorna – non-COVID illness (1 game: Dec. 18)
Dennis Gilbert – lower-body injury (4 games: Dec. 20 – Dec. 27)
Brett Ritchie – upper-body injury (8 games: Jan. 8 – Jan. 26)
Chris Tanev – injury reserve (2 games: Jan. 26 – Jan. 27)
Rasmus Andersson – day-to-day (3 games: Feb. 9 – Feb. 13)

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