Christopher Tanev’s 4-point game leads Calgary Flames to 4-2 victory over Arizona Coyotes – Calgary | The Canadian News

GLENDALE, Ariz. Christopher Tanev scored the go-ahead and had three assists, Blake Coleman scored twice and the Calgary Flames beat the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 on Wednesday night for their fifth win in six games.

Elias Lindholm also scored, and Jacob Markstrom had 24 saves for Calgary, who had 50 shots on goal.

Coleman scored three minutes into the game and added his second score with eight minutes left.

Clayton Keller and Alex Galchenyuk scored for the Coyotes, Arizona and goalkeeper Karel Vejmelka made 46 saves, including a franchise record of 24 in the first period, while facing a franchise record of 26 strokes .

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Arizona All-Star Clayton Keller added an assist and extended his scoring streak to six games, drawing a career high. He has three goals and five assists during the series.

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Galchenyuk had his second goal in as many games, and he was the only scorer in the shootout in Coyotes’ 3-2 victory over Colorado on Tuesday, breaking the Avalanche’s 10-game winning streak and 18-game home victories.

Arizona had a two-man advantage after pulling his goalkeeper and a Calgary penalty, but could not score.

Coleman scored less than three minutes into the game from the right to give the Flames a 1-0 lead, and scored five seconds after the Coyotes killed a penalty kick on Lawson Crouse, who could not return to the game. do not come.

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Galchenyuk tied the game at 1-all at 8:34 of the first period. He tilted a wrist shot of Jacob Chychrun from the right point.

Lindholm made it 2-1 with 10 seconds left in the first period, and made a wrist shot from the right circle turn in the far side after controlling Johnny Gaudreau’s pass from behind the net.

Keller’s quick joint shot from the slot after a center pass from Nick Schmaltz tied it at 2-2 in less than five minutes in the second period.

Tanev gave the Flames a 3-2 lead at 15:15 of the third when his shot from the right spot went through a screen through Andrew Mangiapane in front of the net and past Vejmelka.

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