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The Morning After Edmonton, Gm. 5: Blown Leads, Not Replay Sinks Flames

Flames blow two goal lead and watch as Connor McDavid scores in OT to end the series.

Edmonton Oilers v Calgary Flames - Game Five Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images

2022 NHL Playoffs

The Morning After

Calgary Flames 4 - Edmonton Oilers 5 (OT)

Recap

Tidbits

-Finally: Calle Jarnkrok finally found the back of the net as a member of the Flames. It took 29 games to do it, but he lit the lamp to give the Flames a one goal lead at 4-3.

-Four Score: The Flames and Oilers went on a scoring bonanza in the second period when Zach Hyman, Johnny Gaudreau, Calle Jarnkrok and Evan Bouchard all scored goals in the span of 1:11. It’s the four fastest goals in NHL Playoff history.

-Blown Leads: You can scream and yell all you want about the no goal on Blake Coleman, but that didn’t lose the game for the Flames. Calgary blew leads of 2-0, 2-1 and 4-3 last night. That’s what lost them the game.

Highlights

Post Game Reaction