HURRICANES AT HITMEN, SERIES TIED 1-1, 7 P.M., SADDLEDOME
The Hitmen managed a weekend split in Lethbridge, dropping a 2-1 decision in Game 1 before rebounding for a 3-2 win Saturday night.
Calgary owned a 3-1-1-1 advantage in the season series. All eight games, including playoffs, were decided by one goal.
HITMEN -- Calgary's top line of Ryan Getzlaf, Shaun Landolt and Andrew Ladd scored once each in Saturday's win.
HURRICANES -- RW Jonathan Filewich, who pounded Calgary throughout the regular season, has a point in each of the first two games.
HITMEN -- Import LW Konstantin Pushkarev was held off the scoresheet in Lethbridge.
HURRICANES -- Kyle Pess, a member of Lethbridge's top line, is looking for his first point.
HITMEN -- D Darryl Yacboski (shoulder, day to day).
HURRICANES -- None.
POWERPLAY -- Calgary 33.3% (2-6, 2nd); Lethbridge 10.0% (1-10, 11th).
PENALTY KILLING -- Calgary 90.0% (6th); Lethbridge 66.7% (15th).
The Lethbridge powerplay, 1-for-10 in the series, is an improvement on how it fared against Calgary during the regular season when the 'Canes managed two goals in 31 opportunities (6.5%) ... The 'Canes were 1-1-1 at the 'Dome this season ... Calgary G Justin Pogge has faced 61 shots through the first two games, posting a .934 save percentage. Lethbridge 'tender Aaron Sorochan has dealt with 52 shots (.923).