Iginla and the Flames play their first home game in over two
weeks when they host the Ottawa Senators on Saturday in a
matchup between first-place teams.
Since dropping a 2-1 overtime decision to the Edmonton Oilers
here on November 25, Calgary has posted a 3-1-1 record on its
recent five-game road trip.
The Flames will carry some momentum from their 4-1 victory over
the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday.
Iginla tallied twice and Daymond Langkow added a goal and an
assist for Calgary, which received a brilliant 31-save
performance from backup netminder Philippe Sauve.
The Senators look to rebound from a hard-fought 3-2 shootout
loss at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks on Friday.
Rookie defenseman Andrej Meszaros netted his first career goal
and Dominik Hasek stopped 36 shots, but Ottawa could not muster
any offense over the last 15 minutes in regulation or the
five-minute overtime session.