On Monday, Iginla was named the NHL's Offensive Player of the
Week after helping the Flames win three of four games.
The right winger had five goals and five assists with a plus-6
rating as Calgary went 2-1-0 on a road trip and posted a home
win over the Florida Panthers.
Iginla scored twice and had an assist Saturday, when the Flames
defeated the Panthers, 4-2. Dean McAmmond and Chris Clark
scored early in the third period as Calgary rebounded from
Thursday's 3-1 setback at Chicago that halted a six-game road
The Maple Leafs are trying to avoid matching a season-high
three-game losing streak.
On Saturday, Ed Belfour made 32 saves for Toronto in a 1-0 home
loss to the New Jersey Devils. The Maple Leafs played without
wingers Owen Nolan and Alexander Mogilny and center Robert
Toronto has not lost three straight since October 27-November
In the first meeting of the season, defenseman Toni Lydman
scored 84 seconds into overtime to give the Flames a 3-2 home
win on November 13. Iginla had assists on each of Calgary's
goals in that contest. He has nine goals and seven assists in
23 career games against Toronto.