The Calgary Flames continued their road trip on Monday night in Pittsburgh, hoping to start stringing some wins together. They were out-matched at times by the hometown Penguins but hung in there, managing to collect a hard-fought point via a 3-2 overtime loss at PPG Paints Arena.
The Flames opened the scoring in this game for the first time in seemingly ever. Dillon Dube took a feed from the side boards and drove the net, deking and beating Tristan Jarry low stick-side to give the Flames a 1-0 lead.
Dubs' of the year.