Elias Lindholm scored his 19th and 20th goals Saturday night as the Calgary Flames led early, fell behind twice, then came back to win 4-3 over the Edmonton Oilers.
Johnny Gaudreau and Dillon Dube also scored for Calgary (25-17-5). The Flames open up a three-game road trip in Montreal that will take them up to the all-star break and the team’s bye week.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins with a pair and Connor McDavid scored for Edmonton (24-18-5), which lost in regulation for the first time in six games. Kailer Yamamoto had two assists and Leon Draisaitl also had a helper to extend his point-streak to six games (3G-6A).
WATCH | Lindholm scores a pair to help the Flames edge the Oilers:
Tied 3-3 after two periods, Lindholm put the Flames back in front 39 seconds into the third with a power-play goal.
From just inside the face-off circle, Lindholm snapped a shot that beat Mikko Koskinen over his shoulder.
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