Series (Game 2 of 4)

Dallas leads 3-1

Game 1: Thursday, October 13th
Game 2: Saturday, October 22nd
Game 3: Thursday, March 9th
Game 4: Sunday, March 26th

Flames 1

(3-5-1, 7 pts)

Stars 2

(5-3-0, 10 pts)

8:00 PM ET, October 22, 2005

American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas

1 2 3 T
CGY 1 0 01
DAL 1 0 12

M. Turco (Stars - G): Saves: 29, Save Pct.: .967

B. Morrow (Stars - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

T. Amonte (Flames - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Calgary (3-4-1) at Dallas (4-3-0) 8:00 pm EDT

Calgary (3-4-1) at Dallas (4-3-0) 8:00 pm EDT

DALLAS (Ticker) -- With just two goals in his first eight games this season, Jarome Iginla knows it's not yet time to push the panic button.

Iginla looks to lead the Calgary Flames to their third victory in four games when they take on the Dallas Stars on Saturday.

A two-time finalist for the Hart Trophy, Iginla has had slow starts in past seasons. He led the league with 52 goals and 96 points in 2001-2002 and 41 goals in 2003-2004.

Chuck Kobasew scored twice and goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff made 28 saves Thursday as the Flames posted a 3-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers, their second win in six days against their cross-province rivals.

Calgary has struggled on special teams, scoring four times in 50 power-play attempts and killing just 72 percent (36-of-50) of its shorthanded situations.

Dallas opened a four-game homestand with its second consecutive defeat, a 7-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday. Mike Modano and Jere Lehtinen scored power-play goals for the Stars.

Netminder Marty Turco needs one victory for 100 in his career. However, he has surrendered eight goals in his last two starts and was pulled in the first period against the Kings after yielding three goals on seven shots.

In their last encounter on October 13, Philippe Boucher scored in overtime and Modano had three assists as the Stars recorded a 3-2 victory over the Flames.