2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs Western Conference: Pacific #1 Calgary Flames vs. WC1 Dallas Stars
How To Watch
|1||Tuesday, May 3||10 p.m.||CGY||ESPN2|
|2||Thursday, May 5||10 p.m.||CGY||TBS|
|3||Saturday, May 7||9:30 p.m.||DAL||TNT|
|4||Monday, May 9||9:30 p.m.||DAL||TBS|
Tale of the Tape
|50-21-11 (111 points)||Record||46-30-6 (98 points)|
|3.59 (6th)||Goals Per Game||2.88 (20th)|
|2.54 (3rd)||Goals Allowed Per Game||3.01 (14th)|
|25-9-7Home, 25-12-4 Away||Home/Away Record||27-10-4 Home, 19-20-2 Away|
|23.08% (10th)||Power Play||22.18 (11th)|
|82.93%% (6th)||Penalty Kill||78.9%% (19th)|
Can’t Miss Offer From Caesars
- Johnny Gaudreau, LW: 40 goals, 75 assists, 115 points
- Matthew Tkachuk, LW: 42 goals, 62 assists, 104 points
- Jacob Markstrom, G: 37-15-9, .922 SV%, 2.22 GAA
- Joe Pavelski, C: 27 goals, 54 assists, 81 points
- Jason Robertson, LW: 41 goals, 38 assists, 79 points
- Roope Hintz: 37 goals, 35 assists, 72 points
- DAL to win: +210
- CGY to win: -260
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Flames win in 4 games (4-0)
- There is little to suggest that the Flames will have any sort of trouble with the Stars, who are the only team in the Stanley Cup Playoffs field to have a negative goal differential this season (-8).
- Calgary is stacked with scoring talent, whether its Johnny Gaudreau or Matthew Tkachuk or Elias Lindholm. Calgary boasted three 40-goal scorers and an additional 30-goal scorer in Andrew Mangiapane.
- It’s their defense, though, that doesn’t necessarily get a ton of credit — yet its one of the very best units in the league. Rasmus Andersson and Noah Hanafin have emerged as effective top defensemen while the young Oliver Kylington took a considerable step forward to provide some depth on the backend.
- It’s the goalie matchup, though, that will see Calgary cruise in this series. Jacob Markstrom is one of the best in the league and is having a career season at 32 years old.