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Sports Andrew Mangiapane scores first hat trick, leads Flames over Ducks 6-4

02:50  18 february  2020
02:50  18 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

Talbot makes 44 saves, Calgary Flames rout Anaheim Ducks 6-0

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The Ducks saw their two-goal lead evaporate in the third period, and fall 6 - 4 to the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome. Though the Flames answered back less than a minute later when Andrew Mangiapane got ahold of Matthew Tkachuk gave the Flames their first lead of the game with 7:01

The Calgary left wing scored three goals for his first NHL hat trick and added an assist to lead the Flames to a 6 -3 victory over Vegas on Sunday night that snapped the Golden Knights' six -game. Mangiapane opened the scoring for the Flames at 2:40 of the first period when he snapped a shot

CALGARY — Andrew Mangiapane scored his first career hat-trick and added an assist as the Calgary Flames used five third-period goals for a 6-4 comeback win over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday.

With the home side trailing 3-1, Mangiapane's 12th goal and second of the afternoon at 4:46 got the comeback started. After Sam Bennett tied it 19 seconds later, Mangiapane set up Matthew Tkachuk at 12:59. Tkachuk's initial shot was stopped, but he fired in the rebound from a scramble.

Mangiapane capped off his evening with an empty-net goal, taking a pass from Johnny Gaudreau. Mangiapane's four-point afternoon was also a career-high.

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After Calgary’s Andrew Mangiapane opened the scoring at the 5:40 mark of the first period by forcing a turnover and then burying a shot from the doorstep, Vrana Vrana gave the hosts their first lead with an unassisted tally at 15:08 of the period. After his team intercepted a clearing attempt, Vrana

Flames rookie Andrew Mangiapane got a lucky bounce and took full advantage. Mangiapane scored the go-ahead goal with 3:29 left and Calgary beat the Calgary Flames ' Andrew Mangiapane , right, celebrates his goal against the Anaheim Ducks with teammate Garnet Hathaway during the third

Sean Monahan scored what held up as the winner for Calgary (31-24-6), which snapped a four-game losing skid on home ice.

Adam Henrique, Jakob Silfverberg, Nicolas Deslauriers and Devin Shore, with four seconds remaining, scored for Anaheim (24-28-7). The Ducks had gone six straight on the road without a regulation loss.

Cam Talbot made 26 saves for the win. He improves to 9-9-1.

Ryan Miller, who was peppered with 43 shots, took the loss. He falls to 7-6-3.

Leading 2-1 after 20 minutes, Anaheim made it a two-goal cushion at 3:05 when Deslauriers's shot from the sideboards caromed sharply off the skate of Flames defenceman Michael Stone and went over Talbot's shoulder.

But the Flames dug in and responded big time with five straight goals.

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WATCH | Vrana powers Caps to win over Flames : Jakub Vrana scored his first career hat trick as Elias Lindholm and Andrew Mangiapane scored for Calgary, and Cam Talbot finished with 28 Vrana gave Washington its first lead with 4 :52 left in the first when he was first to the puck in the offensive

After tallying twice in the first period, Jakub Vrana completed his hat trick with what turned out to be the Mangiapane moves to top six . There has been a revolving door on the right side of the Flames ’ Led by the great goaltending of Darcy Kuemper, whose 1 .67 goals-against average and

The Ducks opened the scoring 5:53 into the second, taking advantage of a turnover inside the Anaheim blueline by Bennett. Nick Ritchie corralled the loose puck and sprung Henrique on a breakway and on a move from in-close, he just managed to squeeze a shot through the pads of Talbot.

Mangiapane tied it up less than a minute later, burying Noah Hanifin's rebound, but another costly mistake led to the Ducks re-taking the lead at 10:37.

Hanifin mishandled the puck in his own end allowing Silfverberg to stroll in alone on Talbot and he scored a nifty deke.

Notes: Monahan's 190th career goal moves him into eighth on the Flames all-time list, tied with Joe Mullen... Prior to the game, Flames placed C Derek Ryan (flu) on IR and called up C Glenn Gawdin, 22, from Stockton, in case ailing C Mikael Backlund, also wasn't well enough to play. But Backlund suited up, so Gawdin's NHL debut must wait... Ducks D Korbinian Holzer played in his 200th career game.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Feb. 17, 2020.

Darren Haynes, The Canadian Press

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