Final

Series (Game 1 of 1)

Calgary leads 1-0

Game 1: Saturday, December 3rd
Flames3Final
Penguins2

Flames 3

(16-9-3, 35 pts)

Penguins 2

(7-14-6, 20 pts)

7:00 PM ET, December 3, 2005

Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1 2 3 T
CGY 1 0 23
PIT 0 1 12

K. Huselius (Flames - LW): Goals: 0, Assists: 3

D. Langkow (Flames - C): Goals: 2, Assists: 0

S. Crosby (Penguins - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 0

Calgary (15-9-3) at Pittsburgh (7-13-6) 7:00 pm EST

Calgary (15-9-3) at Pittsburgh (7-13-6) 7:00 pm EST

PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- Tony Amonte may not have his name on the Stanley Cup, but he is closing in on a major milestone.

Amonte will seek his 400th career goal Saturday when the Calgary Flames meet the Pittsburgh Penguins.

A 14-year veteran, Amonte has three 40-goal seasons, including a career-high 44 in 1998-1999 with the Chicago Blackhawks. He spent most of the 1993-94 campaign with the New York Rangers before being traded to the "Windy City" prior to the playoffs.

Amonte scored his seventh goal of the season just 19 seconds into the third period Thursday as the Flames rallied from a two-goal deficit to post a 3-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.

Ryan Whitney scored his first career goal Thursday, but the Penguins were dealt a 2-1 defeat against the Rangers for their fourth straight setback.

Two of Pittsburgh's biggest names have had trouble scoring lately. Mario Lemieux, the seventh-leading scorer in history (1,721 points), has gone four games without a point for the first time in his career. Rookie sensation Sidney Crosby has not scored in three contests.

Calgary, which is looking for its first victory at Pittsburgh since February 12, 1989, won the most recent meeting against the Penguins, 6-1, on December 7, 2003.

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