Flames look to keep rolling vs. Wild

Minnesota (30-24-5) at Calgary (36-18-6), 9:00 pm EST

CALGARY, Alberta (Ticker) — The Calgary Flames will aim for
their fourth consecutive win when they host the Minnesota Wild
on Friday in a battle of Northwest Division foes.

The Flames have gone 6-0-2 over their last eight contests
following a four-game losing streak. Captain Jarome Iginla
scored two goals and set up two others during Tuesday’s 4-1
triumph over the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Calgary has opened up a 10-point advantage in the division
standings. The Wild, who have lost all three meetings with the
Flames this season by one goal, are 13 points back in third.

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Minnesota, which is starting a six-game road swing, is coming
off a 2-1 shootout loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.
Antti Miettinen netted a shorthanded goal in that one.

The Wild have not won at Pengrowth Saddledome since March 17,
2007, losing five straight in Calgary over that stretch.

Over their season-long trip, Minnesota will play its first three
contests in Western Canada before making three stops in