Miikka Kiprusoff: B+
Wasn't tested often and had a couple of close calls but put in a solid half game in his first pre-season appearance of '08.
Curtis McElhinney: B
More active than Kiprusoff. Was beat on a perfectly placed shot, but made solid saves.
Adrian Aucoin: A-
Big hit on Daniel Carcillo set tone for his game. Assertive physically and in pursuit of puck.
Jim Vandermeer: B+
Hasn't stood out for the wrong reasons. Perfectly played a one-on-one with speedy Enver Lisin bearing down.
Robyn Regehr: B+
Strong, steady night by lynchpin defensive defender. Spent good chunk of ice time killing penalties effectively.
John Negrin: B
Only one glaring mistake, which is a big key for a 19-year-old d-man likely headed back to junior. Has patience with puck.
Anders Eriksson: B
Better performance than first pre-season outing. Cut down on giveaways.
Cory Sarich: C-
One penalty a dubious call, but another was unnecessary roughing and another was because he was standing still.
John Armstrong: A
First-year pro had strong game playing on consecutive nights, building on good early shifts and strong penalty killing.
Matthew Lombardi: A
Really used his speed on top line with Bertuzzi and Iginla. Showed great patience on his goal after picking up rebound.
Michael Cammalleri: A-
After slow start in his first pre-season action as a Flame, found second gear. Great to see him being used on point on PP.
Brett Sutter: A-
Willingness to get nose dirty can't be overlooked, even willing to go eye-to-eye with cement-head Daniel Carcillo.
Kris Chucko: A-
'04 first-rounder didn't play much but made the most of it.
Todd Bertuzzi: A-
Much more effective outing than first night in Flames sweater. Maybe he and Iginla will find top-line chemistry together.
Jarome Iginla: B+
Was being set up from anywhere and everywhere by linemates. Playing with Lombardi has him moving more.
Eric Nystrom: B+
Could even be a bit higher if he had more ice time.
Andre Roy: B+
The big guy showed pretty soft hands on his goal.
Warren Peters: B
Half of his time was spent killing penalties. Won the vast majority of his faceoffs.
Curtis Glencross: B-
Showing his speed in bursts but didn't show the top gear he's advertised to possess.
Mikael Backlund: C+
Had more comfortable game after pedestrian beginning, but too many giveaways and soft passes.