Hitmen Game Day

SCOTT FISHER -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 10:46 AM ET

COMING IN

The Hitmen got back into the Eastern Conference Final with a crucial 4-2 victory in Monday's Game 3 after the Tigers won both games in the Hat. Calgary is 6-1 at the home in the post-season.

HEAD TO HEAD

Medicine Hat has outscored the Hitmen 8-5 in the series. The Tigers won the season series 5-3, with six of the games being decided by two goals or less. The Hitmen and Tigers have never met in the post-season.

WHO'S HOT

HITMEN -- RW Robin Figren picked up his first goal of the series Monday but has been one of the club's best players throughout the playoffs.

TIGERS -- RW Derek Dorsett has been a super pest throughout the series and has a six-game point streak.

WHO'S NOT

HITMEN -- LW Brodie Dupont has been held off the scoresheet through the first three games.

TIGERS -- C Matt Lowry is looking for his first point of the playoffs.

SPECIAL TEAMS

POWERPLAY -- Calgary 20.2% (20-99, 5th); Medicine Hat 20.6% (21-102, 4th).

PENALTY KILLING -- Calgary 85.6% (4th); Medicine Hat 82.1% (10th).

INJURIES

Hitmen -- none.

Tigers -- RW Jakub Rumpel (hand, indefinite).

NOTABLES

Medicine Hat has played with the lead for 86:50 through the first three games of the series. Calgary has led for 49:06 ... The Tigers are 3-3 away from home in the post-season ... Medicine Hat G Matt Keetley, a Calgary Flames draft pick, is 10-4 with a 2.29 GAA and .910 save percentage. Hitmen G Dan Spence is 9-7 (2.60 GAA, .900) ... Calgary has held Tigers D Kris Russell to one assist in the series ... The Bengals' Game 3 loss snapped a seven-game winning streak ... The Hitmen are 3-for-15 (20%) on the powerplay in the series. The Tigers are 3-for-20 (15%).


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