Flames Scoring Chances – Game 60 versus Dallas

Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20861

Team Period Time Note CGY Opponent  
DAL 1 19:32   5 6 8 12 34 40 3 18 21 23 32 44 5v5
CGY 1 17:58   4 13 20 25 33 34 3 10 17 32 37 63 5v5
CGY 1 17:57   4 13 20 25 33 34 3 10 17 32 37 63 5v5
DAL 1 14:55   11 15 17 27 33 34 3 15 23 28 29 32 5v5
CGY 1 13:03   5 6 12 13 20 34 6 10 32 44 63 81 5v5
CGY 1 7:43   4 13 20 25 28 34 6 10 15 32 44 63 5v5
DAL 1 7:01   10 11 16 27 33 34 5 11 17 20 32 37 5v5
CGY 1 6:35   5 6 15 17 18 34 3 23 28 29 32 81 5v5
CGY 1 3:10   4 13 17 25 33 34 3 15 29 32 37   5v4
CGY 1 0:22   6 10 11 16 28 34 3 18 21 27 32 37 5v5
CGY 1 15:46   5 6 13 20 25 34 3 10 32 37 63 81 5v5
DAL 2 17:41   15 17 18 27 33 34 6 11 17 20 32 44 5v5
CGY 2 15:05   16 17 18 27 33 34 5 10 15 32 37 63 5v5
DAL 2 14:49   4 16 17 18 33 34 5 10 15 32 37 63 5v5
CGY 2 14:00   4 10 11 20 27 34 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
DAL 2 13:48   5 10 11 20 27 34 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
DAL 2 13:14   4 13 20 25 28 34 3 10 15 28 32 63 5v5
DAL 2 10:58   4 8 20 28 34   3 10 21 27 32 63 4v5
DAL 2 9:28   4 17 18 28 34   6 15 18 29 32 44 4v5
DAL 2 9:14 Langenbrunner 4 5 17 18 28 34 6 15 18 29 32 44 5v5
DAL 2 8:53   15 16 25 27 33 34 5 11 17 20 32 37 5v5
CGY 2 5:52 Kosto goal 4 13 16 17 33 34 3 29 32 37 63   5v4
CGY 2 2:01   5 8 12 15 34 40 3 6 17 29 32   5v4
DAL 3 17:05   4 13 20 25 28 34 3 10 15 28 32 63 5v5
CGY 3 15:14 Staios goal 6 17 18 27 34   6 15 29 32 44 63 4v5
DAL 3 15:01   6 8 16 27 34   6 15 18 29 30 44 4v5
DAL 3 13:25   6 15 17 18 28 34 3 10 15 27 28 32 5v5
CGY 3 9:27   4 8 12 28 34 40 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
CGY 3 8:39   5 6 8 12 34 40 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
DAL 3 8:09   5 6 8 12 34 40 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
DAL 3 6:03   5 6 10 11 16 34 3 5 18 27 32 81 5v5
CGY 3 3:42   5 6 8 12 34 40 6 18 21 27 32 44 5v5
DAL 3 2:55   4 13 20 25 28 34 3 5 10 15 32 63 5v5

 

# Player EV PP SH
4 J. BOUWMEESTER 20:26 5 5 2:16 2 0 1:28 0 2
5 M. GIORDANO 17:28 5 5 2:39 1 0 1:23 0 0
6 C. SARICH 15:21 6 4 0:00 0 0 1:09 1 1
8 B. MORRISON 16:17 3 2 2:56 1 0 1:28 0 2
10 N. HAGMAN 8:17 2 3 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
11 M. BACKLUND 8:12 2 4 0:00 0 0 0:00 0 0
12 J. IGINLA 16:56 4 2 3:19 1 0 0:00 0 0
13 O. JOKINEN 13:06 5 3 2:31 2 0 0:00 0 0
15 T. JACKMAN 10:26 1 4 2:11 1 0 0:00 0 0
16 T. KOSTOPOULOS 12:00 2 4 0:05 1 0 1:24 0 1
17 R. BOURQUE 13:13 2 5 2:31 2 0 1:12 1 1
18 M. STAJAN 11:47 2 4 0:23 0 0 1:12 1 1
20 C. GLENCROSS 14:02 6 4 1:07 0 0 1:24 0 1
25 D. MOSS 10:28 4 4 2:27 1 0 1:20 0 0
27 S. STAIOS 14:22 2 5 0:00 0 0 1:09 1 1
28 R. REGEHR 18:32 3 5 0:05 0 0 1:48 0 2
33 A. BABCHUK 14:24 3 5 2:47 2 0 1:03 0 0
34 M. KIPRUSOFF 50:10 12 14 5:50 3 0 4:00 1 3
40 A. TANGUAY 15:33 3 2 3:53 1 0 0:00 0 0

 

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 8 3 7 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 4 8 2 6 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
3 4 6 3 5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 16 17 12 14 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 0

Head to head ice

Corsi

Face-offs

Flames continue to lead a charmed existence. Four goals tonight on two tips, a muffin from Sarich and a SHG by…Steve Staios. You know lady luck is earnestly clutching you to her bosom when stuff like that happens all in the same game.

Calgary was certainly the better team in the first period by a fair margin, but Dallas reeled things back in the second period and things were pretty even from there (albeit with DAL chasing). This is a game the Flames would have lost in November or December, just because the bounces were going the other way, but things are landing on heads right now. Might as well enjoy it while it lasts.

In terms of individual performances, no one really stands out tonight. The Jokinen/Glencross/Moss line ran things in the first when the Flames were dominant, but faded as the contest continued, although they were split and/or deployed in the defensive end by Sutter a lot. Iginla’s line fought things for two periods but got in the black by the chance count with a couple of good shifts in the third.

  • JayP

    Uh, did you forget that Dallas got a goal off of Jokinen’s skate on a completely harmless play and a blocked shot off a stick that landed right on Langenbrunner’s stick for an empty netter? The Flames got a few breaks tonight, but the bigger ones surely were in the Stars favor.

    • Ribeiro’s goal was certainly a fluke. Langenbrunners goal is a play that happens on any given PP on any given night though. Given that the Stars actually marginally outchanced the Flames tonight but lost by two, I’d say the bounces favored CGY.

      • Either that or we had better goal tending and better quality chances.

        And good net presence with a tipped shot scores on any given night as well. Just saying. This game could have gone either way sure, but I don’t think the Flames leaned too heavily on lady luck.

        Regardless, the Flames didn’t play 60-minutes and should have had a better effort against a decimated Dallas team on the ass end of a back to back.

        Thanks for the scoring data it is appreciated.

      • JayP

        I don’t see how Lagenbrunner’s play can be considered something that could happen on any given night, but a tipped goal is a flukey bounce.

        And like was said above, winning a game with even chances is more likely the product of better goaltending than attributing everything to luck.

  • wattree

    I’m starting to think the Flames have too much confidence right now. Way too many pass attempts on the rush tonight. There must have been close to half a dozen promising looking rushes that ended up without a shot as they tried to force a pass across the slot.

    Love the fact that they aren’t letting a bad bounce slow them down, but there is a difference between knowing you can win and expecting to win.