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Nov 16, 2012 9:59pm
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(Sports Network) – The Calgary Flames continue their road trip in Florida
tonight when they visit the Panthers. Tedy Bruschi Jersey .  The Flames have played
well in Sunrise, where they have only lost one game since 1995. The Flames were
in action last night and dropped a 5-4 overtime decision to the Lightning,
earning a point thanks to third-period goals from Rene Bourque and Olli Jokinen.
That came after the Flames allowed three goals and 18 shots in the second
period. “The second period is where we lost control of the game with some
turnovers,” Flames head coach Brent Sutter said. Miikka Kiprusoff gave up all
five goals on 34 shots, while Matt Stajan netted his first goal of the campaign
and Jarome Iginla his team-leading 12th. Calgary has lost two in a row for the
first time this month, but still has a point in eight of its last 10. It is
6-2-2 over that time. The Panthers are on their second three-game slide of the
season, a span that includes an overtime loss in Buffalo on Dec. 9 and a
shootout setback to the Devils on Tuesday. The skid matches a three-game slide
from Oct. 31-Nov. 6 that featured three shootout losses in a row. Overall,
Florida is just 1-6 in games that go past regulation this year, including 1-4 in
the shootout. The Panthers have scored just once in 14 chances during the tie
break. Florida has only itself to blame for even going beyond 60 minutes versus
New Jersey, blowing an early two-goal lead en route to the 3-2 setback.
Kris Versteeg scored both goals, one shorthanded, but both he and
Tomas Fleischmann were denied in the shootout. Versteeg leads the Panthers with
15 goals and 33 points, but is 0-for-4 in the shootout this season. “Weve been
throwing a bunch of points away lately,” said Versteeg, who has three goals and
five points over his last four. “We have to be better in a shootout, myself
especially because you always want to help your team out.” Jose Theodore made 32
saves in the loss, which came in the opener of a four- game homestand. The
Panthers are 4-0-2 in their last six at home and lead the division by five
points over Washington. Defeating the Flames in Sun