Final

Series (Game 2 of 4)

Dallas leads 4-0

Game 1: Wednesday, October 29th
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OT
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Game 2: Saturday, January 17th
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Game 3: Friday, March 5th
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Game 4: Monday, March 22nd
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Stars 3

(20-19-0, 48 pts)

Flames 2

(22-15-3, 51 pts)

10:00 PM ET, January 17, 2004

Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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DAL 1 0 23
CGY 0 2 02

J. Arnott (Stars - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

C. Clark (Flames - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

B. Morrow (Stars - LW): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Dallas (19-19-8-0) at Calgary (22-14-4-3) 10:00 pm EST

CALGARY, Alberta (Ticker) -- Captain Jarome Iginla looks to continue his recent tear for the Calgary Flames Saturday night when they host the Dallas Stars.

Iginla has six goals in his last seven games and since recording just one goal in November he has 14 goals and 24 points. He leads the team with 18 goals and 39 points.

Iginla, who was Dallas' first-round pick in 1995 and traded to Calgary for Joe Nieuwendyk, however has done most of scoring on the road. He didn't register his first goal at home until December 2 and has just four tallies here.

While the Flames have battled injuries all season, they are expected to get center Craig Conroy back. Conroy will wear a brace on his knee for the rest of the season but is expected to play for the first time since December 5.

Conroy, who had 59 goals in the previous two seasons, has just one goal and 10 assists this season. However, before getting hurt, he had six assists during a five-game points streak and is looking forward to joining a team in the thick of the Western Conference playoff race.

"It's going to be fun to be around the guys again," said Conroy, who comes back just as Stephane Yelle is sidelined with a sprained MCL in his right knee. "It's tough to watch all those games."

The Flames enter Saturday 3-3-1 in their last seven and come off Wednesday's wild 3-3 tie at Washington. There were no goals for over 54 minutes before six were scored in the final 5:37.

Rookie Matthew Lombardi and Oleg Saprykin tallied 29 seconds apart but Washington tied it with a power-play goal with a minute remaining. After Iginla scored 21 seconds later, Washington's Jaromir Jagr scored from behind the goal line with one second later.

Dallas is 1-1-0 on a five-game road trip and had a six-game road unbeaten streak snapped with Thursday's 4-1 loss at Colorado.

The Stars avoided being blanked for the ninth time this season when defenseman Sergei Zubov scored with 5:24 left. But Zubov also had a giveaway that led to Peter Forsberg's second goal of the game.

Calgary is 3-2-4-1 in its last 10 games with the Stars. Iginla has six goals in 28 career games vs. Dallas.

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