6 - The Griffins scored six unanswered goals in the outing, taking Game 2 by a score of 7-2.
1 - Flames 2013 first round pick Emile Poirier scored his first professional playoff goal in the loss. He opened the scoring at 7:40 of the first period.
3 - Defenceman Brett Kulak led all Heat skaters with three shots on net in Game 2.
5 - Joni Ortio allowed five goals on 31 shots, which ended his night at the 31:19 mark. Doug Carr, who signed with the Heat in April, took over in relief.
13 - Doug Carr made 13 saves in his first AHL postseason appearance. He allowed two goals on 15 shots. He played 28:41 in Game 2.
46 - The Griffins outshot the Heat 46-17 in Game 2. The were held to under 10 shots in all three frames and had just four in the second stanza.
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