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FAST FACTS - FLAMES AT DUCKS

Notes ahead of Tuesday's big tilt in Anaheim

by Calgaryflames.com staff @NHLFlames / calgaryflames.com

BACK TO CALI

Calgary wraps up their 2016-17 season with a six-game stretch where they played each of the three California clubs at the Scotiabank Saddledome before travelling to face the three clubs in Cali. Following Sunday's 4-3 setback to the Ducks, the Flames have a 6-6-0 record against these three teams, including a 1-3-0 mark against Anaheim. Alex Chiasson, Johnny Gaudreau and Kris Versteeg are tied for the team lead with four points each versus the Ducks in 2016-17.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS vs. ANAHEIM

Alex Chiasson, as a member of the Dallas Stars, made his NHL debut on April 3, 2013 at Anaheim. He also scored his first NHL goal against the Ducks on April 5, 2013.

Deryk Engelland, as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins, picked up his first NHL assist on Nov.16, 2009 against Anaheim.

Michael Frolik, as a member of the Florida Panthers, recorded his first NHL point against Anaheim on Nov. 9, 2008.

FLAMES CARRER LEADERS VS. ANAHEIM

Games Played - Mark Giordano (38)

Goals - Troy Brouwer, Giordano (7)

Assists - Dennis Wideman (16)

Points - Giordano, Wideman (21)

Penalty Minutes - Wideman (34)

Wins - Chad Johnson (2)

MILESTONES WITHIN REACH

Mark Giordano needs one goal for 100 in his career

Dennis Wideman needs two goals for 100 in his career

STELLAR STEEGER

Calgary suffered a 4-3 loss to Anaheim on Sunday night, but forward Kris Versteeg was a bright spot in the regular-season home finale. The 30-year-old tallied a pair of powerplay goals to match his single-season high of eight powerplay goals from 2011-12. It was also his second straight multi-point game after a pair of assists on Friday against the San Jose Sharks and now has six points (2G, 4A) in his last five games.

DID YOU KNOW?

Calgary has won 32 consecutive times when holding a lead after two periods. Calgary's only loss this season when leading after 40 minutes came on Oct.15 when they still earned a point in a shootout loss - they are the only team in the NHL who have just a single loss when leading after the second frame.

BROADCAST INFO

Tonight's game will air on Sportsnet One (TV) and Sportsnet 960 The Fan (radio) at 8 p.m.

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