Jarome Iginla scored on a power play at 1:25 of overtime to give the Calgary Flames a 3-2 comeback victory over the Dallas Stars on Wednesday night.
Daymond Langkow tied it for the Flames with 49 seconds left in
regulation and goalie Curtis McElhinney on the bench for an extra
attacker. Iginla passed in front to Langkow, who backhanded the
puck past Marty Turco.
Dallas drew a delay of game penalty at 1:09 of overtime, and the
Flames needed only 16 seconds to capitalize when Iginla - who also
scored in the second period - fired a shot from the left point that
got past a screened Turco.
McElhinney, the backup to Miikka Kiprusoff, made 38 saves and
denied a second-period penalty shot in his second start of the
season and 21st NHL game.
Turco, back after missing two games due to flu-like symptoms,
stopped 19 shots.
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