CALGARY – Michael Strogoff was going to leave for the first time. First and foremost, Michael Frolik promoted and achieved the most.
In the second line with Mikael Backlund and Matthew Tkachuk, Frolik scored a goal and two for Calgary Flames to get hot, with a 4-3 win over Florida Pantera on Friday night.
"I was not looking for a starter," said Frolik, who recorded the first three points of three seasons in three seasons. "It's not easy, it's cold, you're not playing. When you're out, you get 10-second changes and then change the line."
In the second half, Frolica won 2-0 at 10:14, and Backlund deflected a shot for season 11.
Flames spent five minutes on Frolik's performance. After leaving the wing, he stopped after winning the area and Mark J. Giordano was waiting for the war to pass the ball to pass the perfect crossroads, Captain Flames went past Roberto Luo.
England coach Bob Boughner responded by the goal when Matthew Tkachuk talked about the interference of the goal scorers, before coming in for a few seconds in Luo, but the call to the ice was extended.
Frolik had another lead in Calgary, 8:29 a third. Jonathan Huberdeau's volume hit the line of Jonathan Huberdeau in the blue line, and Frolik only scored 21 goals by Tkachuk.
"I do not know how he saw me. I was hiding the grasshoppers and I played," said Tkachuk.
Frolik has eight points (four goals, four support) in seven games, a veteran who has earned a veteran who won the match on December 29 by coach Bill Peters. It has been a good season for nine seasons. four weeks for injuries.
"It was wonderful," said coach Bill Peters, how he managed to ask. "It was great. Pro good, veterans, it has been in the League for a long time."
Peters wanted to roll four lines, but it did not happen due to the first deficit; So he made three or four quarters of his staff.
"We went down in the morning and we did not jump, so we had to go with nine boys and nine more boys to get more ice and emotional attachments in the game."
Despite winning four wins and a 7-1-1 row, Peters is not satisfied with the end of his team.
"We did not play well here a bit, and we did win," said the coach.
Sean Monahan, in an empty network, also got Calgary (29-13-4). The end of the winner will end after Panthers stays in 20 seconds.
Johnny Gaudreau had the support of extending seven games (seven goals, nine support).
Mike Hoffman, Jonathan Huberdeau and Evgenii Dadonov responded with Florida (17-18-8). Pantxako fighters are unleashed in the last five.
"We started to fuck a little and we went too far to take the joy and perform the necessary plays with Puck," Hoffman said. "We reduced it again, and we did not make any changes. The second period changed and the unmatched ones continued."
Florida is a 0-2-1 trip to her five-game road, continues Vancouver on Sunday.
"At the end of the day, we had four or five wonderful options to go ahead and get the next goal and never did it. Give some of their goalkeepers a few credits," Bob Boughner said.
David Rittich made 24 stops for Flames 17-4-3. Luongo, tested 23 times, drops 8-10-1 to Florida.
After 20 minutes, Panthers shot two at the Huberdeau in the second, 20 seconds later. Only Keith Yandler had a great pass, Huberdeau shot through Rittich's pads.
Flames eliminated 10-4 during the elimination season, Florida had Hoffman achieved his 21st position after Noah Hanifin's billing.
Notes: Frolik's last three point game was against Winnipeg on March 16, 2016. Flames LW Andrew Mangiapan played his first game since the 15th of December. In 18 career NHL games, he still has not got his first point. Scratch was sitting as healthy as Garnet Hathaway.