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The Flames opened the scoring when Cory Sarich's nice pass gave Glencross an open lane to the net. He sent a perfect wrist shot over the blocker of Halak and just inside the goal post.
It was the 19th goal of the season for Glencross and first in three games since returning from a sprained knee, which sidelined him for 13 games.
The Flames generated only 11 shots on goal in a listless opening 40 minutes, drawing the ire of the sellout crowd of 19,289. The booing started during an anemic Calgary power play late in the second period that failed to generate any good chances. The jeers grew louder as the team headed off the ice after the second, and intensified even more after the final buzzer sounded.
The Flames wrapped up a four-game homestand without a victory and earning only two points, the result of two shootout losses.
NOTES: Calgary has been outshot in 11 games in row. During those 11 games, Calgary has been outshot by a combined 107 shots. ... The Blues improved to 26-2-1 when leading after two periods. ... Arnott has 415 career goals, fourth among active players. He is three up on Marian Hossa.
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