Series (Game 2 of 4)

Series tied 2-2

Game 1: Sunday, October 9th
Red Wings6
Game 2: Wednesday, November 16th
Red Wings1Final
Game 3: Thursday, December 1st
Red Wings2
Game 4: Monday, April 3rd
Red Wings2Final

Red Wings 1

(15-4-1, 31 pts)

Flames 3

(12-7-2, 26 pts)

8:30 PM ET, November 16, 2005

Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

1 2 3 T
DET 1 0 01
CGY 1 1 13

D. McCarty (Flames - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

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

C. Kobasew (Flames - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Detroit (15-3-1) at Calgary (11-7-2) 8:30 pm ET

Detroit (15-3-1) at Calgary (11-7-2), 8:30 pm EST

CALGARY, Alberta (Ticker) -- At the rate they are playing, the Calgary Flames are hoping the month of November never ends.

The Flames will try for their eighth consecutive win -- their longest streak in 13 seasons -- when they host the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday.

After opening with four triumphs in 13 outings, Calgary has won all seven games played in November, including five one-goal victories, and can register its longest winning stretch since December 14, 1992-January 2, 1993.

Jarome Iginla scored a power-play goal with 1:07 to play and supplied a pair of third-period assists Monday as the Flames rallied from a two-goal deficit to post a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild.

Despite the league's best record and a potent offense, the Red Wings will be hungry to bounce back after their first road loss of the season, a 4-1 setback at Vancouver on Sunday.

Pavel Datsyuk scored his eighth goal for Detroit, which lost despite outshooting the Canucks, 14-1, in the third period.

The Red Wings have won the last four regular-season meetings against the Flames, including a 6-3 triumph on October 9. Henrik Zetterberg had a goal and three assists and Detroit tallied five times on the power play.