Andersson, the Flames beat Tkačuk, the Panthers in the shootout 5-4


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SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Rasmus Andersson scored in the fifth round of the shootout to give the Calgary Flames a 5-4 lead against the Florida Panthers on Saturday night in a meeting between the teams that made a big trade last summer.

Adam Ruzicka scored two goals and an assist for Calgary. Nikita Zadorov and Blake Coleman also scored.

Florida’s goals were scored by Colin White, Sam Reinhart, Eetu Luostarinen and Matthew Tkachuk.

“It was a good game,” Calgary coach Darryl Sutter said. “We battled through a lot of adversity during the game.”

Tkachuk spent six seasons with the Flames before being traded to Florida on July 22 for Jonathan Huberdeau and MacKenzie Weegar.

Tkachuk scored a 4-4 victory with 6:14 left in regulation to help force overtime.

“It felt good to go into overtime,” Tkachuk said. “It seemed like we were dominating them, but it was kind of 4-3.”

Ružička scored with a power play at 15:13 of the first half, and Zadorov made it 2:0 with a goal in the 51st second.

Florida tied it with two goals in the second — the first coming when Colin White robbed goaltender Jacob Markstrom of the puck while playing it along the rim, parried it and dunked it into an empty net.

Reinhart made it 2-all with a power play goal from the slot off a pass from Tkachuk.

Both Markstrom and Spencer Knight finished with 31 saves.

“It was a close, even game that I didn’t think one team could dominate for a long time,” Florida coach Paul Maurice said. “It’s one of those games that would have ended in a draw 20 years ago. And you’d think that was right.”


The Panthers honored both Huberdeau and Weegar with a video during a first-half intermission. Both were drafted by the Panthers and spent their NHL careers with them before the July trade.

Huberdeau and Weegar stayed together to warm up as the fans cheered them on.

Florida captain Aleksander Barkov, Huberdeau’s longtime teammate, sent another pass before both ran to their rooms. Huberdeau was booed when he came out in the second round of the shootout – and scored.

Tkachuk returns to Calgary later this month for the first time since the trade.

“I didn’t expect to have that many jerseys and it was great to see that,” Huberdeau said. “I’ve been here a long time and I think they gave me a standing ovation, that was cool.”

NOTES: Barkov is back in Florida’s lineup after missing Thursday’s game against Dallas with an undisclosed illness. He did not practice on Friday. … Defenseman Connor Mackey and forward Kevin Rooney were healthy scratches for the Flames. … The Florida power play has scored in six straight games.


Flames: Play at Philadelphia on Monday night.

Panthers: Play in Columbus Sunday night.


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George Richards, The Associated Press


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