Darren Pang earned his second win as a member of the Calgary Flames against the San Jose Sharks, despite an astounding 10 power play chances for the Sharks. Calgary continued their undisciplined play, leading to Pang needing to turn away 30 of 33 shots on goal. With Calgary most likely looking for a starting goaltender upgrade next season, Pang has played well in his short time with the team, and is likely in the running for backup duties next year.

 

Steve Dubinsky took home top star honors with a goal and two assists. Tommy Sjodin, Doug Crossman, Marty McInnis and Milan Nedoma also tickled the twine for the Flames. San Jose was equally as cavalier, giving the Flames 11 power play opportunities. THe Flames were able to capitalize on three of those chances. 

 

Calgary will continue the line juggling and auditions when they welcome the struggling Anaheim Ducks next. 

 

-The Calgary Herald