- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 12, 2009

DETROIT (AP) - Olli Jokinen and Mike Cammalleri scored shootout goals to give the Calgary Flames a 6-5 comeback victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night.

Jokinen also had two goals in regulation for Calgary, which overcame a 4-2 deficit by scoring three goals in a 2:02 span late in the third period. Jamie Lundmark’s second goal, and fourth of the season, gave the Flames the lead with 1:20 left. But Dan Cleary tied it for Detroit with 42 seconds left, poking in a loose puck in the crease.

Daymond Langkow also scored for Calgary, and Miikka Kiprusoff stopped 40 shots.

Nicklas Lidstrom had a goal and two assists for Detroit and Henrik Zetterberg, Mikael Samuelsson and Valtteri Filppula also scored. Datsyuk added three assists and a shootout goal, and Ty Conklin made 28 saves.

The Red Wings had 22 straight shots in a 9:43 span of the first period and outshot the Flames 28-4 _ the most shots Calgary has ever allowed in a period.



Notes:@ Detroit RW Tomas Holmstrom played his 800th game. … Cleary was helped off with an ankle injury, holding his right leg off the ice, after he was shoved into the boards from behind by Dion Phaneuf with 9:08 left in the first period. Phaneuf received a 5-minute boarding penalty. Cleary returned in the second period. It was his 600th game. … Calgary LW Mike Cammalleri played at the University of Michigan. .. Flames RW David Moss is from the Detroit suburb of Livonia. … Lidstrom tied Hall of Famer Larry Murphy for seventh place in power-play goals by a defenseman with 114. Murphy is a television analyst for the Red Wings. … Detroit has 82 power-play goals this season, one more than last season.

(This version CORRECTS Flames 6, Red Wings 5, SO. SUBS 2nd graf to correct to 42 seconds sted 41.)

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