Final

Series (Game 6 of 8)

Series tied 4-4

Game 1: Saturday, November 11th
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Game 2: Saturday, December 9th
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Flames5
Game 3: Thursday, December 14th
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Canucks3
Game 4: Tuesday, December 26th
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Flames1
Game 5: Wednesday, December 27th
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OT
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Game 6: Tuesday, January 2nd
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Flames2
Game 7: Saturday, February 3rd
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Game 8: Saturday, March 31st
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Canucks 3

(21-18-1, 43 pts)

Flames 2

(19-15-4, 42 pts)

9:00 PM ET, January 2, 2007

Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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VAN 2 1 03
CGY 0 2 02

M. Lombardi (Flames - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

B. Morrison (Canucks - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 1

R. Luongo (Canucks - G): Saves: 27, Save Pct.: .931

Vancouver (20-18-1) at Calgary (19-14-4) 9:00 pm EST

Vancouver (20-18-1) at Calgary (19-14-4) 9:00 pm EST

CALGARY, Alberta (Ticker) -- The Calgary Flames will seeking revenge when they host the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday.

The Canucks outscored the Flames, 6-5, in a wild game on Wednesday. Defenseman Sami Salo scored the game-winning goal at 2:14 of overtime to give Vancouver the win.

Daniel Sedin led the Canucks with a goal and two assists while defenseman Mattias Ohlund had three assists. Kristian Huselius led the Flames with two goals while Daymond Langkow had a goal and an assist.

Neither goaltender was particularly impressive, especially Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff, who allowed the six goals on only 24 shots. Vancouver netminder Roberto Luongo allowed five goals on the 36 shots he faced.

Calgary has won two straight games since then, and downed the Edmonton Oilers, 4-2, on Sunday. Jarome Iginla led the Flames with two goals.

Vancouver has won three straight, including a 6-2 rout of the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday. Sedin had two goals and an assist while Ohlund also scored twice.

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