Player Notes

  • G Karri Ramo comes off bench for big victory
    Karri Ramo came off the bench in relief of starting goalie Jonas Hiller Saturday night and provided enough spark to help the Calgary Flames eliminate the Vancouver Canucks from the playoffs with a 7-4 triumph.

    Advice: Hiller allowed a goal on three shots before Ramo came in. Ramo allowed a goal on the first shot he faced (from Radim Vrbata) and ended up with 17 saves on 19 shots. With the win, the Flames advanced to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2004 and only the second time since winning the Stanley Cup in 1989. The Flames will meet the Anaheim Ducks in the next round of the playoffs. Ramo may get more action than he did in the first round. He finished the first round with a 1-0 record in two appearances. His goals-against average was .211 and his save percentage, .905. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:18 pm
  • Forgettable night for Canucks G Ryan Miller
    Vancouver goalie Ryan Miller had a night to forget, allowing five goals on 31 shots in the Canucks' playoff-eliminating, 7-4 loss to the Flames in Calgary Saturday night.

    Advice: Miller and the Canucks were enjoying a 3-0 lead in the first period before the Canucks tied things up. They also had a 4-3 lead in the second period. But the Flames found the net four times in the third period, although Miller was pulled for an extra attacker for two of those goals. Miller, acquired as a free agent after a long impressive career with the Buffalo Sabres, finished the series with a 1-1 record in three appearances, a goals-against average of 2.31 and a save percentage of .910. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:10 pm
  • Jannik Hansen gets two points but Canucks out
    Jannik Hansen scored a goal and added an assist but that wasn't enough as he and the Vancouver Canucks were defeated 7-4 by the Flames in Calgary Saturday night and were eliminated from the playoffs.

    Advice: Hansen scored his goal on a wrist shot at 7:32 of the first period, giving the Canucks a 2-0 lead after Brandon McMillan's opening goal at 2:36. When Radim Vrbata scored to make it a 3-0 lead for the Canucks at 9:42 of the first, it seemed as though Vancouver was well on its way to tying the series at 3-3 and extending it to a seventh game. But the Flames bounced back with three goals before Luca Sbisa took a Hansen pass and gave Vancouver a 4-3 lead at 10:36 of the second period. The Flames scored four goals in the third period, however, and that was all she wrote for the Canucks. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:06 pm
  • Four points for Jiri Hudler as Flames prevail
    Jiri Hudler and the Calgary Flames were on fire Saturday night, eliminating the Vancouver Canucks from their Western Conference First Round playoff series with a 7-4 victory.

    Advice: Hudler scored two goals and added two assists on an unforgettable night for the upstart Flames, who eliminated the favored Canucks in six games. Calgary, which was 6-1-2 in its final nine home games in the regular season, hadn’t made it out of the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2004. The Canucks built a 3-0 lead in the first period before the Flames came back with three goals to tie the game. After Vancouver took a 4-3 lead in the second period, the Flames score four more unanswered goals in the third period, sending the hometown crowd into a tizzy. Hudler's goals were his second and third of the series. His assists, on second-period goals by Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan, were his second and third of the series. Four of the Flames had three points -- Gaudreau (a goal and two assists), Matt Stajan (a goal and two assists), Monahan (a goal and two assists) and David Jones (three assists). Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:00 pm
  • Jori Lehtera's status for Game 6 unknown
    It is not clear if Jori Lehtera will be able to suit up for Game 6 Sunday in Minnesota.

    Advice: He missed Friday's game after taking a Jay Bouwmeester shot off his leg in Wednesday's contest and has not practiced since. Consider Lehtera day-to-day. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 10:56 am
    Day-to-Day

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Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusEffective
Calvin de Haan (NYI - D)ShoulderDTDApr 25, 2015
Mats Zuccarello (NYR - LW,RW)Facial injuryDTDApr 25, 2015
Jori Lehtera (StL - C)Lower-body injuryDTDApr 24, 2015
Lubomir Visnovsky (NYI - D)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 22, 2015
Alexandre Burrows (Van - LW,RW)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 21, 2015
Nathan Beaulieu (Mon - D)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 21, 2015
Eric Fehr (Was - C,RW)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 20, 2015
Chris Wagner (Anh - C,RW)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 20, 2015
Shea Weber (Nsh - D)Lower-body injuryDTDApr 18, 2015
Pierre-Alexandr Parenteau (Mon - RW)Upper-body injuryDTDApr 17, 2015
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