Game 6 of the best-of-seven series is Saturday night at Calgary.
After the Flames were whistled for icing in the opening minutes of the third period, the Canucks put out their top line for the offensive-zone faceoff. Daniel Sedin took advantage, shoveling
Vancouver had to kill off a Calgary power play midway through the period when Hamhuis was whistled for firing the puck over the glass, with Miller making a big stop from Miller on
The Flames had another man advantage with under 6 minutes to go when
Calgary was unable to get the equalizer as Vancouver stayed alive in front of a raucous towel-waving crowd at
Down 1-0 after the first period, Vancouver it with 6:29 left in the second after a good cycle down low when Bonino took a pass from
With the Canucks then pressing to grab the lead at the other end, Miller was forced into a good save on TJ Brodie to keep things even as Vancouver held a 34-16 shot edge through 40 minutes.
The Flames went up 1-0 just 2:40 into the first period when Jones jumped on a turnover by
Calgary could have added to its lead early in the second, but Colborne hit the post a minute in before