The Morning After The Evening After
Calgary Flames 6 - Anaheim Ducks 4
-Hatty!- What a day for Andrew Mangiapane! The Flames forward recorded the first hat trick of his career and his first four point game of his career in the Flames 6-4 victory over Anaheim. It’s also the first hat trick of the 2019-20 season for the Flames.
-190: No one needed a goal more than Sean Monahan and he got one against the Ducks. The goal was the 190th of his career and it ties him with Joe Mullen for 8th all time on the Calgary Flames goals scored list.
-Third Time’s A Charm: Look, Anaheim and the Flames don’t go well together historically, but Calgary accomplished an impressive feat today. The Flames beat Anaheim for the third time in the regular season, something they hadn’t done since 2004.
Post Game Reaction
"He comes in, he's a great team player, he's well-liked in the room. He works extremely hard. He's earned the respect of the veteran players. The guys were really pulling for him to get it."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 18, 2020
Geoff Ward on Andrew Mangiapane's hat trick. pic.twitter.com/2uXpvFT638
"That's a huge win for us on home ice."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 18, 2020
Sam Bennett gives his take on today's victory over Anaheim. pic.twitter.com/eSeJ8ZAawB
"I loved our battle."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 18, 2020
Andrew Mangiapane sounds off on today's comeback win over the Ducks. pic.twitter.com/CB0ZcAyR3b
"The way the first two periods went, I thought it was just a matter of time."— Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) February 18, 2020
Cam Talbot had all the faith in the world that his team was going to pull out the win this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/yWx2i1FzqW