FLA Florida Panthers 3
Florida Panthers Panthers Overall (17-26)
ATS (19-24)
O/U (25-15-3)
January 11 2019
- SNW
CGY Calgary Flames 4
Calgary Flames Flames Overall (29-17)
ATS (25-21)
O/U (24-21-1)
Final
Money Line Total: 6½ Puck Line ATS
123
2429 Florida Panthers +190 Under EVEN (+1.5) -135 Cover: 0.5
111
2430 Calgary Flames -220 Over -120 (-1.5) +115 OVER: 7
022
Final
Money Line Total: 6½ Spread ATS
2429 FLA +190 Under: EVEN (+1.5) -135 Cover: 0.5
2430 CGY -220 Over: -120 (-1.5) +115 OVER: 7
Line Movement
Money Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Money Line
1/11/2019
7:00 PM
CGY
-220
FLA
+190
1/11/2019
5:36 PM
CGY
-240
FLA
+200
1/11/2019
9:18 AM
CGY
-235
FLA
+195
1/11/2019
12:39 AM
CGY
-235
FLA
+195
1/10/2019
7:33 PM
CGY
-210
FLA
+180
Puck Line
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Puck Line
1/11/2019
7:00 PM
CGY(-1.5)
+115
FLA
-135
1/11/2019
5:36 PM
CGY(-1.5)
+115
FLA
-135
1/11/2019
9:18 AM
CGY(-1.5)
+115
FLA
-135
1/11/2019
12:39 AM
CGY(-1.5)
+130
FLA
-150
1/10/2019
7:33 PM
CGY(-1.5)
+130
FLA
-150
Total
Green = RECENT CHANGE Yellow = PREVIOUS LINE CHANGE
Total
1/11/2019
7:00 PM

-120

EVEN
1/11/2019
5:36 PM

-120

EVEN
1/11/2019
9:18 AM

-120

EVEN
1/11/2019
12:39 AM

-125

+105
1/10/2019
7:33 PM

-125

+105
Recap

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Stuck on the bench for most of the first period, Michael Frolik got promoted and made the most of it.

After rejoining the second line with Mikael Backlund and Matthew Tkachuk, Frolik had a goal and two assists to lead the streaking Calgary Flames to a 4-3 comeback victory over the Florida Panthers on Friday night.

"It wasn't the start I was looking for," said Frolik, who had his first three-point game in three seasons. "It's not easy — you're cold, you're not in the game. When you get out there, you get a 10-second shift and then they switch the line."

Down 2-0 in the second, Calgary got the comeback started at 10:14 when Frolik deflected in Backlund's shot for his 11th goal.

The Flames tied it five minutes later on a terrific setup by Frolik. Darting down the wing, he stopped sharply after gaining the zone, then patiently waited for Mark Giordano to jump up into the rush before sliding a perfect cross-ice pass that the captain fired past goalie Roberto Luongo.

Florida coach Bob Boughner challenged the goal, citing goaltender interference on Tkachuk, who slightly bumped Luongo seconds before the puck went in, but the call on the ice stood.

Another primary assist from Frolik gave Calgary the lead 8:29 into the third. Pouncing on Jonathan Huberdeau's turnover inside the blue line, Frolik fed Tkachuk all alone in front for his 21st goal.

"I don't know how he saw me. I was just hiding in the weeds back there and he made a great play," Tkachuk said.

Frolik has eight points (four goals, four assists) in seven games since coach Bill Peters made him a healthy scratch on Dec. 29. It's been a bumpy season for the veteran, who has bounced between lines and missed four weeks due to injury.

"He's been awesome," coach Bill Peters said when asked how Frolik has handled it. "He's been great. A good pro, veteran guy. He's been in the league a long time."

Peters wanted to roll four lines, but that didn't materialize due to the early deficit, so he juggled his personnel and went down to three.

"We fell behind early and didn't have any jump, so then we had to get going with nine guys and try to get nine guys more ice time and a little bit more of an emotional attachment to the game," he said.

Sean Monahan scored into an empty net for the Flames (29-13-4). The Western Conference leaders have won four games in a row to improve to 7-1-1 in their last nine.

Still, Peters isn't happy with his team's play of late.

"We haven't played well here for a while and it's been masked by the fact we've got wins," the coach said.

Johnny Gaudreau had an assist to extend his point streak to seven games (seven goals, nine assists).

Mike Hoffman, Huberdeau and Evgenii Dadonov scored for Florida (17-18-8). The struggling Panthers have lost their last five.

"It seemed like we started to panic a little bit and get away from having some poise and making plays that are needed with the puck," Hoffman said. "We kept chipping it back to them and then we weren't able to change. Long change in the second period and they kept coming."

Florida is 0-2-1 on its five-game road trip.

"At the end of the day, we had four or five glorious opportunities to go ahead in this game and get the next goal and we never did. Give their goalie some credit. He made some big saves," Boughner said.

Monahan's 24th goal ended up the game-winner after Dadanov scored with 20 seconds remaining.

David Rittich made 24 saves to improve to 17-4-3 for the Flames. Luongo, tested 23 times, dropped to 8-10-1.

Building on a solid opening 20 minutes, the Panthers surged in front by two on Huberdeau's breakaway goal 20 seconds into the second. Sprung in alone on a terrific pass by Keith Yandle, Huberdeau slipped a shot through Rittich's pads.

Taking advantage of a sleepy start by the Flames, who were outshot 10-4 in the first, Florida scored the only goal of the period when Hoffman got his 21st after a turnover by Noah Hanifin.

NOTES: Frolik's last three-point game was against Winnipeg on March 16, 2016. ... Flames LW Andrew Mangiapane played his first game since Dec. 15. In 18 career games, he has yet to get a point. ... Garnet Hathaway was a healthy scratch.

UP NEXT

Panthers: Play at Vancouver on Sunday.

Flames: Host the Arizona Coyotes on Sunday night.

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Matchup
Panthers Overall
W/L 17-26
ATS 19-24
Goals For 3.2
Goals Against 3.6
Total 25-15-3
Panthers Away
W/L 9-15
ATS 13-11
Goals For 3.0
Goals Against 3.9
Total 15-8-1
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-11
8:00 PM
at Flames L 4-3 W (1.5) O (6.5)
1-10
8:00 PM
at Oilers L 4-3 W (1.5) O (6)
1-8
6:00 PM
at Penguins L 5-1 L (1.5) U (6.5)
1-5
6:00 PM
Blue Jackets L 4-3 L (-1.5) O (6)
1-3
6:00 PM
at Sabres L 4-3 L (-1.5) O (6)
12-31
6:30 PM
at Red Wings W 4-3 L (-1.5) O (6)
12-29
6:00 PM
Flyers W 2-1 L (-1.5) U (6.5)
12-28
6:00 PM
Canadiens L 5-3 L (-1.5) O (6)
12-23
6:00 PM
at Blackhawks W 6-3 W (1.5) O (6)
12-22
1:00 PM
at Red Wings W 2-1 L (-1.5) U (6)
Avg. Goals For 3.0
Avg. Goals Against 3.4
ATS 3-7
Over/Under 7-3
Flames Overall
W/L 29-17
ATS 25-21
Goals For 3.6
Goals Against 2.9
Total 24-21-1
Flames Home
W/L 14-8
ATS 12-10
Goals For 4.2
Goals Against 3.5
Total 16-5-1
Last 10 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
1-11
8:00 PM
Panthers W 4-3 L (-1.5) O (6.5)
1-9
8:30 PM
Avalanche W 5-3 W (-1.5) O (6.5)
1-7
7:30 PM
at Blackhawks W 4-3 L (-1.5) O (6.5)
1-5
12:00 PM
at Flyers W 3-2 L (-1.5) U (6.5)
1-3
6:00 PM
at Bruins L 6-4 L (1.5) O (6)
1-2
6:00 PM
at Red Wings W 5-3 W (-1.5) O (6)
12-31
8:00 PM
Sharks W 8-5 W (-1.5) O (6)
12-29
9:00 PM
Canucks L 3-2 L (-1.5) U (6)
12-27
7:00 PM
at Jets W 4-1 W (1.5) U (6.5)
12-22
3:00 PM
Blues L 3-1 L (-1.5) U (6)
Avg. Goals For 4.0
Avg. Goals Against 3.2
ATS 4-6
Over/Under 6-4
Game Summary
1st Period
FLA 13:42 GOAL scored by Mike HoffmanFLA 1 CGY 0
CGY 4:42 Penalty to David Rittich 2 minutes for Delay of Game (Drawn by Evgenii Dadonov) (Served by Matthew Tkachuk)
CGY 00:30 Penalty to Travis Hamonic 2 minutes for Slashing (Drawn by Jonathan Huberdeau)
2nd Period
FLA 19:40 Power play - GOAL scored by Jonathan Huberdeau assisted by Keith Yandle and Roberto LuongoFLA 2 CGY 0
CGY 9:46 GOAL scored by Michael Frolik assisted by Mikael Backlund and Oliver KylingtonFLA 2 CGY 1
CGY 4:50 GOAL scored by Mark Giordano assisted by Michael Frolik and Travis HamonicFLA 2 CGY 2
3rd Period
CGY 11:31 GOAL scored by Matthew Tkachuk assisted by Michael FrolikFLA 2 CGY 3
FLA 1:49 Penalty to Jonathan Huberdeau 2 minutes for Tripping (Drawn by Johnny Gaudreau)
CGY 1:27 Power play - GOAL scored by Sean Monahan assisted by Johnny Gaudreau and Elias Lindholm (Empty Net)FLA 2 CGY 4
FLA 1:27 Penalty to Keith Yandle 10 minutes for Misconduct (Drawn by Sean Monahan)
FLA 1:27 Penalty to Jonathan Huberdeau 10 minutes for Misconduct
FLA 00:20 GOAL scored by Evgenii Dadonov assisted by Frank Vatrano and Aleksander Barkov Jr.FLA 3 CGY 4
Box Score
Panthers
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Micheal Haley (LW) 000210:008:11
Jayce Hawryluk (C) 000110:009:12
Henrik Borgstrom (LW) 000300:0016:36
Troy Brouwer (RW) 000000:0013:17
Evgenii Dadonov (LW) 101220:0019:51
Colton Sceviour (RW) 000000:0010:05
Aleksander Barkov (C) 011020:0021:57
Jonathan Huberdeau (LW) 1014312:0020:17
Denis Malgin (C) 000300:0018:13
Juho Lammikko (RW) 000100:0011:44
Frank Vatrano (C) 011220:0013:51
Mike Hoffman (LW) 101200:0020:09

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Michael Matheson (D) 000130:0023:01
Keith Yandle (D) 0113310:0021:46
MacKenzie Weegar (D) 000030:0017:55
Aaron Ekblad (D) 000110:0023:23
Bogdan Kiselevich (D) 000120:0015:23
Mark Pysyk (D) 000110:0016:02

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
James Reimer (G) 0/00.000
Roberto Luongo (G) 20/233.870LOSS
Flames
Forwards G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Mark Jankowski (C) 000100:0017:10
Mikael Backlund (C) 011300:0019:17
Michael Frolik (RW) 123100:0015:15
Andrew Mangiapane (LW) 000000:004:00
Elias Lindholm (RW) 011210:0019:37
Sean Monahan (C) 101400:0019:08
Matthew Tkachuk (LW) 101300:0019:13
Johnny Gaudreau (LW) 011000:0018:36
Austin Czarnik (C) 000110:007:21
Derek Ryan (C) 000000:004:51
James Neal (LW) 000300:0017:21
Sam Bennett (C) 000000:0015:21

Defensemen G A PTS SOG BLKS PIM TOI
Rasmus Andersson (D) 000110:0015:30
Mark Giordano (D) 101200:0023:02
Oliver Kylington (D) 011010:0014:30
Travis Hamonic (D) 011102:0022:27
Noah Hanifin (D) 000000:0022:33
T.J. Brodie (D) 000220:0021:58

Goalies SAVES/SHOTS GA SAVE PCT
Mike Smith (G) 0/00.000
David Rittich (G) 24/273.889WIN
Officials
Linesmen Scott Driscoll
Linesmen Steve Barton
Referee Kyle Rehman
Referee Wes McCauley