CALGARY — The Calgary Flames believe they can turn their series with the Anaheim Ducks around if they rekindle their scoring touch at home.
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The Flames scored just once in two games at the Honda Centre and headed home trailing the Ducks 2-0 in the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal.
“There are scoring chances out there,” Flames head coach Bob Hartley said Monday upon his team’s arrival at Calgary International Airport. “A little bit more focus, a little bit more quickness on retrieving pucks and we’re going to get that red light on.”
Game 3 on Tuesday and Game 4 on Friday will be the first second-round playoff games at the Scotiabank Saddledome since 2004. Game 5, if necessary, is Sunday in Anaheim.
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The Ducks dominated Calgary 6-1 in the series-opener and also…
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