The Calgary Flames used a goal each from three of their stars to beat the Chiacgo Blackhawks 3-1 at home on Friday night. Olli Jokinen, Jay Bouwmeester and Jarome Iginla lit the lamp for Calgary, each in one of the three periods. The Blackhawks, meanwhile, saw only one goal on the night, from defenseman Brett Seabrook.
Jokinen started the scoring in the first, when he put the Flames up 1-0 with just over 12 minutes gone in the period. That was followed up towards the very end of the first by Seabrook, whose tying goal represented the closest that the Blackhawks would get all game. Bouwmeester would put his fourth goal of the season into the net barely over a minute to go in the second period, which was followed in the third by Iginla, whose 19th goal of the season came on assists by Alex Tanguay and Chris Butler.
Friday night's loss was the fifth in the row for Chicago, who will try to end the streak on Tuesday when they host the Colorado Avalanche.
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