The Calgary Flames (43-29-7, 93 points) and Los Angeles Kings (39-25-14, 92 points) each earned wins Saturday to gain ground on the Vancouver Canucks (45-29-5, 95 points), who lost in regulation, as jockeying continues in the Pacific Division. Los Angeles holds a game in hand on each team and also faces Vancouver (Monday at VAN) and Calgary (Thursday at CGY) once more this season.
* Jonas Hiller stopped all 27 shots he faced in a relief effort and Dennis Wideman had a goal and two assists to power the Flames to their third win in their past four games and a sweep of their five-game season series with the Oilers.
* The Flames swept their season series with the Oilers for the first time since 2009-10 (6-0-0). Calgary has won 26 of the past 34 games dating to April 11, 2009, including seven straight victories since March 1, 2014.