Gaudreau sent the puck low to Tkachuk, who stretched Price with a goal-mouth pass for Lindholm to tap in.

From the slot, Lindholm dished to Tkachuk beside the Habs web for the winger to sweep it over Price at 7:34.

The Flames play back-to-back road games Sunday and Monday facing the Dallas Stars and Minnesota Wild, respectively.

The Habs continue their trip through Western Canada on Saturday in Edmonton versus the Oilers and Monday against Winnipeg Jets.

Max Domi scored the overtime winner for the Montreal Canadiens in a 4-3 win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday.

Nick Suzuki, Brendan Gallagher and Joel Armia scored for Montreal (17-12-6). Johnny Gaudreau assisted on a pair of Calgary objectives. Canadiens goalie Carey Price had 24 saves for the win. Calgary challenged Armia's second-period objective lobbying for offside, but was rejected.

Arturri Lehkonen fed Armia from the boards and the forward wristed the puck from the top of the faceoff circle bottom corner at 13:11.

Gallagher halved the deficit at 9:51. His shot along the goal-line from the boards squeezed by Rittich's blocker.

Calgary's power play generated a tic-tac-toe objective with 7 seconds left in the very first duration.

Nick Suzuki, Brendan Gallagher and Joel Armia scored for Montreal (17-12-6). Johnny Gaudreau helped on a set of Calgary objectives. Canadiens goalie Carey Price had 24 conserves for the win.