Series (Game 2 of 2)

Series tied 1-1

Game 1: Tuesday, November 18th
Maple Leafs2Final
Game 2: Tuesday, January 13th
Maple Leafs4

Flames 1

(22-14-3, 50 pts)

Maple Leafs 4

(24-10-3, 59 pts)

Coverage: TSN

7:30 PM ET, January 13, 2004

Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

1 2 3 T
CGY 0 1 01
TOR 1 0 34

B. McCabe (Maple Leafs - D): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

J. Nieuwendyk (Maple Leafs - C): Goals: 0, Assists: 2

T. Fitzgerald (Maple Leafs - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Calgary (22-13-3-3) at Toronto (23-10-8-3) 7:30 pm EST

TORONTO (Ticker) - Jarome Iginla hopes to lead the Calgary Flames to a fourth win in five games Tuesday night when they visit the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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 winning streak.

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 Reichel.

Toronto has not lost three straight since October 27-November 1.

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.