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Calgary Flames vs Dallas Stars [Game 11]

This game goes to 11.

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7:00 P.M. M.S.T.
Radio Network Arena Network Radio
960 AM CFAC MSG+ ScotiaBank Saddledome
League Value Metric Value League
18th 50.0% Points Percentage 50.0% 18th
20th 15.79% Power Play Percentage 29.03% 2nd
20th 79.55% Penalty Kill Percentage 91.67% 3rd
21st 95.33% Combined Special Teams 120.70% 1st
27th 2.50 Goals for per Game (All Situations) 3.00 17th
13th 3.00 Goals against per Game (All Situations) 3.10 17th
24th -.60 Penalty +/- per Game (All Situations) -.50 22nd
14th 49.87% Shot Attempt Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 54.27% 4th
11th 50.93% Scoring Chance Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 54.92% 2nd
17th 100.36% P.D.O. (5V5) 96.54% 28th
25th 6.66% Shooting Percentage (5V5) 6.92% 22nd
6th 93.70% Save Percentage (5V5) 89.62% 27th
Data from and Natural Stat Trick
The Enemies' Lair
Defending Big D

The Flames take on the Stars looking to get over .500. Puck drop is at 7:05 P.M. M.S.T. The lineup is... interesting.

Dallas employs Antoine Roussel who has a penchant for taking liberties with other teams' players. That could be why Tanner Glass has returned to the lineup tonight (or the coaching staff could have lost their minds as that fourth line looks absolutely abysmal in every fathomable fashion). Matt Bartkowski will also return to the lineup.

Mike Smith is back in net for Calgary. He'll square off against Kari Lehtonen for Dallas. Lehtonen has been bad to start the season with a .8611 save percentage in five-on-five situations.

Dallas has the advantage in just about every statistical category save for the aforementioned goaltending. Their special teams are the tops in the league and they have top-five possession numbers. While their shooting hasn't been good, they've still been better than the Flames. Calgary may need to go out and play their best game of the season if Lehtonen is on his game because Dallas has been frighteningly good otherwise.

Calgary Flames Lineup

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Johnny Gaudreau Sean Monahan Micheal Ferland
Matthew Tkachuk Mikael Backlund Michael Frolik
Sam Bennett Mark Jankowski Kris Versteeg
Tanner Glass Matt Stajan Troy Brouwer
Left Defence Right Defense
Mark Giordano Dougie Hamilton
T.J. Brodie Travis Hamonic
Matt Bartkowski Michael Stone
Mike Smith
Eddie Lack

Dallas Stars Lineup

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Jamie Benn Tyler Seguin Alexander Radulov
Devin Shore Mattias Janmark Jason Spezza
Remi Elie Martin Hanzal Brett Ritchie
Antoine Rousell Radek Faksa Tyler Pitlick
Left Defence Right Defense
Marc Methot John Klingberg
Dan Hamhuis Greg Pateryn
Jamie Oleksiak Esa Lindell
Kari Lehtonen
Ben Bishop