Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan each had a goal and two assists in leading the Flames to a 5-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings.
Gaudreau scoring the highlight goal of the night, sent in on a breakaway by a Sean Monahan pass, Gaudreau went to the backhand and roofed it on Ben Bishop.
The Flames got off to a good start leading 2-0 by the midway point of the 1st period, chasing Kings goalie Jonathan Quick.
Michael Stone and Mark Giordano and Kris Versteeg into an empty net scored the other Calgary goals.
The Kings got goals from Dustin Brown and Nic Dowd. Former Flames captain Jarome Iginla recorded an assist in his return to the Saddledome as a member of the Kings.
Los Angeles lost star defenceman Drew Doughty late in the 1st after getting clipped with a high elbow from Matthew Tkachuk which went undetected by the officials but he was back for the second.
With the win, Calgary moves back into 3rd place in the Pacific division, one point ahead of the Edmonton Oilers who host Los Angeles Monday night.
Curtis Lazar acquired at the trade deadline from Ottawa made his Flames debut getting an assist on Versteeg’s empty net goal.
Alex Chiasson moved up to play with Johnny Gaudreau and Sean Monahan to replace Micheal Ferland who is out, under observation to determine if he has the mumps.
With the win in goal, Brian Elliott ties Mike Vernon’s team record of 11 straight wins.