Final

Series (Game 1 of 4)

Calgary leads 4-0

Game 1: Tuesday, January 27th
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Coyotes1
Game 2: Sunday, February 29th
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Flames4
Game 3: Wednesday, March 24th
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Coyotes0
Game 4: Wednesday, March 31st
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Flames 2

(25-17-3, 57 pts)

Coyotes 1

(18-16-2, 51 pts)

9:00 PM ET, January 27, 2004

Jobing.com Arena, Glendale, Arizona

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CGY 0 1 12
ARI 1 0 01

Top Skaters

Calgary: S. Donovan - 1 G, 4 SOG, +1

Arizona: D. Langkow - 1 G, 2 SOG, +1

Calgary (24-17-4-3) at Phoenix (18-15-13-2) 9:00 pm EST

GLENDALE, Arizona (Ticker) -- The Phoenix Coyotes will honor goalie Brian Boucher's record-setting shutout streak in a ceremony prior to Tuesday's game against the Calgary Flames at Glendale Arena.

The Coyotes will celebrate the remarkable record set by Boucher, who recorded five consecutive shutouts from December 31 to January 11 and went 332 minutes without allowing a goal, setting two modern-era NHL goaltending records.

Fans at the game will receive a poster of Boucher, who has lost only once in his last 10 starts (7-1-2). He is 8-3-6 with a 1.72 goals against average this season.

Phoenix followed Boucher's shutout streak with a five-game winless skid (0-3-2), but has bounced back with consecutive wins, including a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings in the opener a four-game homestand Saturday.

Boucher made a career-high 44 saves and Daniel Cleary and Branko Radivojevic scored shorthanded goals for the Coyotes, who despite managing only 14 shots, including a season-low two in the third period.

Jan Hrdina, Daymond Langkow and Radoslav Suchy scored power-play goals for Phoenix, which won for just the second time in seven games at Glendale Arena (2-4-1).

The Coyotes are 8-8-3-1 at home this season.

Calgary has split its last four games (2-2-0) after Saturday's 6-2 home loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Dean McAmmond and Martin Gelinas scored for the Flames, who have just two wins in their last seven games (2-4-1).

Calgary has just one win in its last five road games (1-3-1) but is 11-8-1-2 away from home this season.

The Flames and the Coyotes split four meetings last season, with each team winning once at home and once on the road.

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