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Flames top Sharks on Hudler's shootout goal

Calgary wins after blowing three-goal lead

by Eric Gilmore / Correspondent

Hudler clinches win in shootout

CGY@SJS: Hudler rifles it home for win in shootout

2/11/16: Jiri Hudler races in and fires the puck past Alex Stalock for the game-winner, as the Flames win it 6-5 in the shootout

  • 00:18 •

SAN JOSE -- There were three minutes left in the third period when Calgary Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller came off the bench in a tie game to replace an injured Karri Ramo against the San Jose Sharks on Thursday at SAP Center. 

Hiller immediately helped kill all two minutes of San Jose's 5-on-3 power play and ended up helping the Flames to a 6-5 shootout victory.

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Situation Room

Coach's Challenge: CGY @ SJS - 8:08 of the Third Period

Original call stands - good goal Flames; Sharks forfeit timeout @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: CGY vs.SJS

Situation Room: Russell's goal confirmed after review

2/11/16: After Kris Russell's goal, the Sharks challenge whether Sam Bennett committed goalie interference, and the goal is confirmed

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At 8:08 of the third period in the Flames/Sharks game, San Jose requested a Coach's Challenge to review whether Sam Bennett interfered with goaltender Alex Stalock before the puck entered the net.

After reviewing all available replays and consulting with NHL Hockey Operations staff, the Referee confirmed no goaltender interference infractions occurred before the puck crossed the goal line.

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game preview

Stalock in for Sharks; Flames' Gaudreau, Monahan back

San Jose backup gets rare start; Calgary gets reinforcements

by Eric Gilmore / Correspondent

FLAMES (24-25-3) at SHARKS (28-20-4)

TV: 10:30 p.m. ET, SN360, CSN-CA, NHL.TV 

SAN JOSE -- Backup goaltender Alex Stalock will make his first start since Jan. 18, and injured defenseman Brenden Dillon will be out of the lineup when the San Jose Sharks face the Calgary Flames at SAP Center on Thursday. 

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