Trust Jarome Iginla to make sure New Year's is a night to really celebrate.
The captain scored twice in a career-best five-point night to pace the Flames to their New Year's Eve 6-4 win over the Edmonton Oilers.
Not a bad way to snap a six-game goal-scoring skid.
Iginla wasn't the lone player to have a career night. Michael Cammalleri also had a five-point outing with two goals and three helpers.
The third part of the line, Craig Conroy, chipped in with a pair of assists. A 12-point night for the club's top unit.
"It was a good way to end the year. A team effort," Iginla said. "And to beat the Oilers for the first time this year."
Dustin Boyd's tally held up as the game-winner, and defenceman Adrian Aucoin also scored for the hosts.
But the night belonged to Iginla and Cammalleri, who both deserve the memento on the goal that resulted in completing their five-point game.
"We'd have to cut it in half," Cammalleri said with a grin. "He can have it."