Ducks beat Flames to end 5-game losing streak – Orange County Register

CALGARY, Alberta — Alex Killorn scored twice, Troy Terry had a goal and two assists and the Ducks ended their five-game losing streak with a 5-3 win over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night.

Mason McTavish and Cam Fowler completed the scoring for Anaheim while rookie defenseman Olen Zellweger had three assists for his first career multi-point game.

Lukas Dostal made 21 saves as the Ducks won for just the second time in their last 14 games (2-11-1).

Andrei Kuzmenko had two goals and Yegor Sharangovich also scored for the Flames, who have lost six of their last seven games. Jacob Markstrom made 24 saves.

Tied after 40 minutes, the Ducks took the lead at 1:52 of the third when Fowler raced in, took a pass from Trevor Zegras and fired a shot inside the goal post to his fifth goal of the season and his first in 22 games.

The Ducks doubled their lead at 5:09 when Terry carried the puck down the left wing and found Killorn in the slot, who fired a shot past Markstrom.

After Kuzmenko’s second of the night at 9:34 further cut the lead to one, Killorn put the game away with his second of the period and 17th of the season at 13:14.

Trailing 1-0 after the first period, Calgary tied it up 2:30 into the second period, needing just five seconds to connect on the power play.

After winning the faceoff, the puck finally came back to Nazem Kadri and his shot was deflected in front by Sharangovich for his 29th goal.

Calgary took its first lead of the night when Kuzmenko took a pass from Kadri, cut into the slot to avoid Zegras, then got around Fowler, before patiently hanging on to beat Dostal and fire the puck into the net .

The Ducks tied it up three minutes later as Terry made up for his miss on a breakaway earlier in the period.

Zellweger’s shot hit Leo Carlsson in the leg and headed to Terry at the edge of the net where he scored his 20th goal and 50th point.

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