Edmonton (7th - Pacific) at Calgary (4th - Pacific)

Matchup Details
Sat, Jan 31 - Scotiabank Saddledome
FACEOFF - 10:00 PM ET
W/LATSMONEYHomeAwayO/U
Edmonton 13-27-6-328-21-6429-15-1-14-12-5-223-23
Calgary 26-20-2-131-1884712-10-1-114-10-1-021-27
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RECENT TRENDS
INJURY REPORT
Edmonton
PPlayerStatusNotes
LWT. Hall
Ques Sat
Leg
01/30/15
Hall has missed the last two games due to a leg injury and is questionable Saturday against the Flames.
DN. Nikitin
Out indefinitely
Shoulder
01/30/15
Nikitin suffered a severe shoulder injury and is in danger of missing the remainder of the season.
RWT. Pitlick
I-R
Abdominal
01/22/15
Pitlick is on injured reserve due to a spleen laceration. He is considered at least three months away from skating and could miss the remainder of the season.
Calgary
PPlayerStatusNotes
LWC. Glencross
Doub Sat
Lower Body
01/30/15
Glencross is on injured reserve with a lower-body injury and is not expected to return Saturday against the Oilers.
DL. Smid
I-R
Upper Body
01/20/15
Smid has been placed on injured reserve with an upper-body injury and there is no timetable for his return.
CS. Bennett
Mid Feb
Shoulder
10/11/14
Bennett is on injured reserve and will undergo shoulder surgery. He is expected to miss four-to-six months.
NEWS

Covers Preview - The Calgary Flames attempt to bounce back from their first shutout loss when they host the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday night in this season's fourth installment of the Battle of Alberta. The Flames have dominated their provincial rivals, winning the previous three meetings by a combined 13-6 to extend their winning streak in the series to five games. Calgary is clinging to a one-point lead over Los Angeles for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

 
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