Final OT

Calgary won 4-3 (Game 7 of 7)

Calgary won 4-3

Game 1: Wednesday, April 7th
Flames3Final
Canucks5
Game 2: Friday, April 9th
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Canucks1
Game 3: Sunday, April 11th
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Flames1
Game 4: Tuesday, April 13th
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Flames4
Game 5: Thursday, April 15th
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Canucks1
Game 6: Saturday, April 17th
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3OT
Flames4
Game 7: Monday, April 19th
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OT
Canucks2

10:30 PM ET, April 19, 2004

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

1 2 3 OT T
CGY 0 1 1 13
VAN 0 0 2 02

M. Gelinas (Flames - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

J. Iginla (Flames - RW): Goals: 2, Assists: 1

M. Cooke (Canucks - LW): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

Calgary at Vancouver 10:30 pm EDT

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Ticker) -- The Calgary Flames try to recover from an exhausting and demoralizing defeat when they visit the Vancouver Canucks in Game Seven of their Western Conference quarterfinal series.

Calgary missed a chance to capture its first playoff series since the 1989 Stanley Cup Finals with Saturday's 5-4 loss in triple overtime. The Flames rallied from a 4-0 deficit to send the game into the extra session, only to succumb.

The Flames have dropped eight straight postseason games that have gone into overtime since capturing a 2-1 Game Six victory over Edmonton on April 14, 1991.

Vancouver kept alive its hopes in the series thanks to Brendan Morrison's game-winner. Morrison scored on an assist from Markus Naslund to end the longest game in team history.

A victory by Calgary would push the Flames into a Western Conference semifinals series against top-seeded Detroit. If Vancouver advances, the Canucks will face No. 2 seed San Jose.

WHO'S HOT:

Vancouver - Alex Auld has made 54 saves on 60 shots while filling in for the injured Dan Cloutier.

Calgary - D Robyn Regher registered three of his four assists in Game Six.

WHO'S NOT:

Vancouver - LW Matt Cooke has one goal and one assist in the series.

Calgary - D Jordan Leopold had three assists in the first two games, but has not registered a point through the next four games of the series.

STREAKS: The Flames have lost seven straight games in which they have a chance to win a series since winning the Stanley Cup in 1989, including Saturday's loss in Game Six. Calgary has lost three straight decisive seventh games - all in overtime.

HISTORY: Canucks veteran RW Mike Keane has played in nine decisive seventh games and his team is 5-4 in those contests. For Calgary, C Stephane Yelle is 4-3 in Game Sevens.

LEADERS:

Vancouver - Naslund, Morrison, C Henrik Sedin two goals; Naslund five assists.

Calgary - RW Jarome Iginla three goals; Regher, four assists.

INJURIES:

Calgary - Steve Reinprecht (shoulder); Dave Lowry (abdominal); Chris Simon (lower body); Toni Lydman (upper body); Dean McAmmond (back); Denis Gauthier (leg).

Vancouver - Cloutier (right ankle); Mats Lindgren (back); Magnus Arvedson (knee).

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