Numerology: Flames vs. Predators

A by-the-numbers look at the Flames-Preds match-up

Tuesday, 14.01.2014 / 9:06 PM / News
By Torie Peterson  - CalgaryFlames.com (@toriepeterson)
17 Lee Stempniak broke out of a 17-game goal-less drought when he snapped a shot past Carter Hutton in the first period. His last goal came on Dec. 7 against the Edmonton Oilers.
2 The Flames allowed two power play goals in the game. In the first period, with Matt Stajan in the sin bin for interference, Shea Weber loaded up a bomb from the point that flew past Karri Ramo. In the third period, Craig Smith pounced on a loose puck and knocked it in.
55 Just 55 seconds into the third period, Ryan Ellis gave the Preds the lead.
1 The Flames had one goal waved off as the refs deemed there was a high stick on the play. That came in the third period while the Flames were on the power play.
3 Mikael Backlund has goals in three straight games. He slipped the puck past Carter Hutton at 13:07 of the third period.
2 Jiri Hudler registered two assists in the game. He has 27 helpers to his name this year.
30 Karri Ramo made 30 saves in the loss.