Flames Season Leaders
Curtis Glencross leads the team in goals with 12
Matt Stajan leads the team in assists with 14
Alex Tanguay leads the team in points with 19 (8G, 13A)
St. Lord Anton of Antonlandia
The projected lineup for the Ogdenville Stars
Who cares, it's Ogdenville
Players to watch (courtesy of the Flames website):
Having drawn Richard Bachman twice this season, the Flames will get their first introduction this season to Lehtonen whom Calgary coach Bob Hartley had as a member of the Atlanta Thrashers. Lehtonen has arguably been Dallas' most valuable player this season, recording a 2.43 goals against average and .921 save percentage to compliment his 9-6-3 record.
Playing just his second professional season, the 21-year-old Eakin has proven to be a capable NHLer in his short stint with the Stars. Drafted by the Washington Capitals, Eakin was acquired in exchange for Mike Ribiero and hasn't disappointed. The former Swift Current Broncos standout has four goals and 15 points while playing in all 27 games for Dallas this season.
Not afraid to mix things up, Roussel has played the role of drink stirrer well for the Stars. Ask Jarome Iginla, who dropped the mitts with the 23-year-old product of Roubaix, France. Roussel has some offensive to pitch in, too, with five goals and nine points in 18 games this year.
I would never bet on this game. So many intangibles.
-Does Dallas come out strong after an embarrassing ass kicking against Chicago? Or do they just roll over?
-Do the Flames carry the momentum of a 2 game winning streak, or continue their road woes?
-Does our top line show up tonight?
-Kari Lehtonen starting tonight / No Kipper.
I'll be cheering hard for the boys tonight! Interesting game to say the least. Go Flames Go
(3 - 2 prediction. Iginla, Cammy, Comeau)