For additional insight into the Western Conference Second Round series between the Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames, NHL.com has enlisted the help of Frederic Chabot to break down the action. Chabot will be checking in throughout the series.
Chabot was the goaltending coach for the Edmonton Oilers from 2009 to 2014. He played in the NHL for five seasons, spending time with the Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers and the Los Angeles Kings.
The Calgary Flames mantra has been the same all season: They never quit.
The Flames faced a 2-0 deficit in their Second Round Western Conference series on Tuesday against the Anaheim Ducks. They faced a 3-2 deficit with under a minute to play in the third period of Game 3.
But just as they've done time and again, Frederic Chabot said, Calgary stayed with it.
"Anaheim's top line had another good start and the Ducks found a way to be ahead 3-2 halfway through the second period," Chabot said. "But then the real Flames showed up, they never quit, they kept trying and hitting and forced Anaheim to take some penalties."