Brodie, Flames down 3-0

The Chatham Daily News - - SPORTS -

CAL­GARY – Dres­den’s T.J. Brodie and the Cal­gary Flames trail the Ana­heim Ducks 3-0 head­ing into Game 4 in their Western Con­fer­ence quar­ter-fi­nal Wed­nes­day (10 p.m., CBC). Brodie had two as­sists in a 5-4 over­time loss in Game 3 on Mon­day. Corey Perry scored 1:30 into over­time to com­plete the Ducks’ come­back from a 4-1 deficit. “We’ve had a lot of great mo­ments in this se­ries,” Flames cap­tain Mark Gior­dano said to the Cal­gary Sun. “We’ve car­ried the play and ob­vi­ously it was re­ally dis­ap­point­ing to lose that one, but we have to take it one game at a time. “We’ve car­ried the play for mo­ments dur­ing the se­ries and have shown that if we play fast, we can cre­ate of­fence and cre­ate goals. They’ve been bet­ter at the mo­men­tum swings and key mo­ments. They’ve had big-time goals. “But we’ve gotta look at this shift-to-shift, game-to-game now. Down 3-0, it’s tough to come back in this league. But you go game-togame and try to build mo­men­tum off that.” Brodie has four as­sists in the se­ries. He was tied for the NHL lead in play­off as­sists go­ing into Tues­day’s games.

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