Final

Series (Game 2 of 4)

Series tied 2-2

Game 1: Wednesday, October 26th
Flames1Final
Ducks4
Game 2: Wednesday, February 8th
Ducks1Final
Flames3
Game 3: Tuesday, April 11th
Ducks0Final
Flames3
Game 4: Monday, April 17th
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Ducks4

Ducks 1

(25-19-11, 61 pts)

Flames 3

(32-17-7, 71 pts)

9:00 PM ET, February 8, 2006

Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

1 2 3 T
ANA 1 0 01
CGY 1 2 03

M. Kiprusoff (Flames - G): Saves: 31, Save Pct.: .969

A. Ference (Flames - D): Goals: 0, Assists: 2

A. McDonald (Ducks - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Anaheim (25-18-11) at Calgary (31-17-7) 9:00 pm EST

Anaheim (25-18-11) at Calgary (31-17-7) 9:00 pm EST

CALGARY, Alberta (Ticker) -- The Calgary Flames finally have a chance to enjoy some home cooking.

The Flames, who have not played more than two straight home games in over a month, open a seven-game homestand Wednesday when the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim pay a visit.

Calgary will not leave home until March 12, when it travels to take on Colorado. In the meantime, the Flames play two games here before the Olympic break and then have five more home contests following the layoff.

The Flames had dropped five of their previous six games prior to a 4-3 victory over San Jose on Monday. Miikka Kiprusoff made 28 saves and defenseman Robyn Regehr set a career high with three assists.

Daymond Langkow, Chuck Kobasew, Chris Simon and Matthew Lombardi tallied for Calgary, which had managed a total of four goals in its previous three games.

The Flames look to improve upon their 18-5-3 home mark against a Mighty Ducks team that owns a seven-game points streak on the road.

Anaheim extended its run Monday in a 6-5 shootout loss to Edmonton despite a goal and an assist from both Andy McDonald and rookie Corey Perry. Todd Marchant and defenseman Scott Niedermayer added third-period tallies for the Ducks, who have dropped two of three.

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