CALGARY FLAMES (35-18-6) 3
EDMONTON OILERS (29-25-5) 2
1. Todd Bertuzzi, Flames -- Flames forward pots winner in the shootout.
2. Dwayne Roloson, Oilers -- He made all kinds of big saves through the night.
3. Jamie Lundmark, Flames -- Deserved a couple of points in his first game of this tour.
Penalty kill: A
WHY FLAMES WON
Because they killed off a penalty to Matthew Lombardi in overtime and managed to steal the game in the shootout with Todd Bertuzzi's goal.
SAVE OF THE GAME
Late in the first period, Calgary's Jamie Lundmark sent a perfect cross-crease feed to Michael Cammalleri, but the golden chance was denied by Dwayne Roloson's left leg.
CALGARY -- D Mark Giordano (upper body), C Daymond Langkow (hand), LW Rene Bourque (ankle), LW Andre Roy (head), C Wayne Primeau (foot), D Rhett Warrener (shoulder).
EDMONTON -- C Fernando Pisani (ankle), D Lubomir Visnovsky (shoulder), D Denis Grebeshkov (ankle), LW Jean-Francois Jacques, RW Marc Pouliot.
Rene Bourque wasn't the only Flame player injured in the Minnesota game. D Mark Giordano suffered an upper-body injury that did force him to leave the game very briefly, and he didn't play last night ... LW Kyle Greentree arrived from AHL Quad City in time for the game. He's one of two players who came to the team in the past couple of days. C Jamie Lundmark was also summoned.
Tuesday: Columbus Blue Jackets at Calgary Flames, 7 p.m., Pay per view, Fan 960.