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Vancouver Canucks at Calgary Flames [Game 15]

The Canucks are surprisingly decent

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7:00 PM MST
Radio Network Arena Network Radio
1040 AM CKST SN Scotiabank Saddledome SN 960 AM CFAC
League Value Metric Value League
12th 57.1% Points Percentage 57.1% 12th
27th 13.79% Power Play Percentage 14.29% 26th
10th 82.00% Penalty Kill Percentage 78.85% 21st
21st 95.79% Combined Special Teams 93.13% 26th
25th 2.64 Goals for per Game (All Situations) 2.50 29th
5th 2.43 Goals against per Game (All Situations) 2.71 7th
6th .57 Penalty +/- per Game (All Situations) -.21 21st
16th 50.47% Shot Attempt Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 51.05% 13th
18th 49.26% Scoring Chance Percentage (5V5 Score Adjusted) 51.06% 9th
7th 102.09% P.D.O. (5V5) 100.17% 17th
15th 8.47% Shooting Percentage (5V5) 6.16% 29th
4th 93.62% Save Percentage (5V5) 94.01% 2nd
Data from Hockey-Reference.com and Natural Stat Trick
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The Flames are still without the services of Travis Hamonic. Matt Bartkowski played like absolute trash in their last game, so he's back into the lineup while Rasmus Andersson remains a healthy scratch. Jaromir Jagr is back in on the third line while Curtis Lazar moves to the fourth and Matt Stajan - the Flames possession leader of anybody on anybody in the bottom six - is out of the lineup. Count this as questionable roster management by Glen Gulutzan.

Mike Smith is back in net for the Flames tonight. The Flames carry the second best five-on-five shooting percentage in the league and that's entirely thanks to Smith. Jacob Markstrom is expected to go for the Canucks. The puck drops at 7:05 M.S.T.