Loss in Calgary would shift home-ice edge
CALGARY, Alberta -- The Calgary Flames fought very hard down the stretch to earn their first trip to the playoffs in eight years.
If they want to hang around longer, they will need to take care of the Detroit Red Wings at home beginning Tuesday night in Game 3 of the second-round series.
"We've had a lot of big games, but none bigger than this one," Flames center Craig Conroy said Monday after a light practice.
The series is tied 1-1 and very much up for grabs. But a Flames loss ...
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