The Calgary Flames are advancing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and they can thank Johnny Gaudreau for sending them to the next round. Gaudreau scored the game-winner in overtime for the Flames to beat the Dallas Stars 3-2 in Game 7 of their Western Conference first round series. He snagged a rebound and fired a wrister just over Jake Oettinger’s shoulder.
Wearing both an “A” and the flaming “C” on his chest, Calgary Flames star Johnny Gaudreau scored in overtime of Game 7 against the Dallas Stars to put his team into the second round of the playoffs. After Stars goaltender Jake Oettinger made an initial stop...
Just call him Johnny Clutch. Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau scored the overtime winner to put Calgary past the Dallas Stars 3-2 in Game 7 of their first-round Stanley Cup playoff series on Sunday. The Flames now advance to the second round for the first time since 2014-15, and it'll...
Johnny Gaudreau scored the series-winning overtime goal and the host Calgary Flames claimed a 3-2 victory over the Dallas Stars in Sunday’s Game 7 of their Western Conference first-round series. Tyler Toffoli and Matthew Tkachuk also scored for the Flames, while goaltender Jacob Markstrom made 26 saves in an...
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Calgary Flames 3 - Dallas Stars 2 (OT) 1st: DAL 00:40: Benn (Seguin/Suter) 2nd: CGY 1:46- Toffoli (Stone/Kylington), DAL 2:17- Namestnikov (Robertson/Pavelski), CGY 8:44- Tkachuk (Gaudreau/Markstrom) 3rd: None. OT: CGY 15:09- Gaudreau (Lindholm/Tkachuk) The Flames are moving on! It took three periods of regulation and almost a full OT, but...
Gaudreau scored a goal on seven shots and added an assist in Sunday's 3-2 overtime win over the Stars in Game 7. Gaudreau set up Matthew Tkachuk for the equalizer in the second period before scoring the series-winning goal himself at 15:09 of overtime. It wasn't an easy series for either team to generate offense, but Gaudreau did just fine with two goals and six helpers in seven contests. Gaudreau was only held off the scoresheet when the Flames were shut out in Game 2. He'll look to find a little more explosiveness on offense in the second round against the Oilers.
Bad news, friends: Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau was not named a Hart Trophy finalist on Thursday morning by the National Hockey League. The top three vote-getters for the Hart Trophy were Toronto’s Auston Matthews, Edmonton’s Connor McDavid and the NY Rangers’ Igor Shesterkin – the winner and final voting results will be revealed later during the playoffs.
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Gaudreau provided an assist and four shots on goal in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Stars in Game 6. Gaudreau extended his point streak to four games with a helper on Michael Stone's second-period tally. The 28-year-old Gaudreau is up to a goal and five assists through six playoff contests. He'll have at least one more chance to add to his total as the Flames' season will be on the line in Sunday's Game 7.