"They're getting some great chemistry," Flames interim coach Geoff Ward said of Tkachuk and Lindholm. Tkachuk's 14th objective of the season broke a 1-1 tie in the 2nd period. The Stars were without key charge killers for 4 of Calgary's 5 power plays. Andrew Mangiapane scored Calgary's very first goal in the opening duration. Mangiapane took a pass in the slot from Lindholm from behind the internet and scored on a shot past Bishop at 12:11 of the first period.

The Calgary Flames subdued the Dallas Stars.

Matthew Tkachuk, Sean Monahan and Mikael Backlund scored power-play goals and Calgary beat destiny 5-1.

Elias Lindholm helped on the Flames' very first 3 goals.

"They're getting some good chemistry," Flames interim coach Geoff Ward stated of Tkachuk and Lindholm. "The power play appeared like it provided for long stretches of last year. The essential thing for us this evening was that the puck motion was quick and on the tape."

Tkachuk's 14th goal of the season broke a 1-1 incorporate the 2nd duration. Monahan likewise scored in the 2nd. Backlund's goal in the third period preceded a short-handed, empty-net goal by Derek Ryan.

Lindholm observed the chemistry with Tkachuk, who had two helps.

"The last five or six games, I believe we've played well," Lindholm said. "It's an excellent feeling and he's an excellent gamer. Just get open, keep developing chemistry, and we'll be fine."

Tkachuk concurred,

" [Lindholm's] a simple man to have fun with," he stated. "He can make some great plays, too."

Flames power-play comes up big

The 3 power-play goals were likewise the most allowed by the Stars' penalty killers this season.

"Our charge kill has actually won us a lot of video games. It cost us a game tonight," Dallas interim coach Rick Bowness said, "however it wasn't the only reason we lost tonight. We scored one objective."

The Stars lacked essential penalty killers for four of Calgary's 5 power plays. Mattias Janmark didn't play after the first period since of a lower-body injury and other charge killers were in the charge box for 2 objectives.

"We're simply out of synch," Bowness stated." [Janmark's [gone, [Radek Faksa's] in the box, [Andrew Cogliano's] in package. That's our penalty killers."