Captain Mark Giordano had three assists when Calgary Flames continued with a 5-3 victory over Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night.
Three assistants give Giordano a 303 career, move him past Joe Nieuwendyk and fifth on the Flames list.
Mikael Backlund, Mark Jankowski, Elias Lindholm, Michael Frolik and Matthew Tkachuk, into an empty net, scored a goal for Calgary (28-13-4), which is 6-1-1 in the last eight and have a double advantage. Vegas at the top of the Pacific Division.
Red-hot Johnny Gaudreau had two assistants to extend his point to six games.
Nathan MacKinnon extended the point in eight matches with a Colorado score (20-16-8).
Erik Johnson and Mikko Rantanen have achieved that Avalanche's fall in the past nine has fallen to 1-6-2. By the beginning of 0-2-0, Colroado continues the five-fold all-Canadian trip on Saturday in Montreal.
Calgary reached 2: 2 in the second quarter of the second quarter at the Lindholm pitch, which lasted only 10 seconds.
After Tyson Barrie was sentenced, Sean Monahan won and Flames kept possession with Lindholm, who took over the source of Giordano and sent a shot past Semyon Varlamov.
The accident continues for Colorado to kill. One goal that is allowed in two gaming places in the last six games falls to only 10 for 19.
In the meantime, Flames's sentence had killed Easter many times, because it was an excellent 4-to-4 against the Avs team that came into the game, fifth in the lead. Calgary also moved as he entered the game when he gave up seven goals on previous 20 occasions.
Frolic's goal at 9:14 pm, third, which turned to Giordan's 4-2 lead, would eventually win the match after Rantanen hit the 38 seconds and the goalkeeper.
Calgary quickly started when Backlund buried the jump of James Neal at 5:34. The home team doubled the lead five minutes later on the seventh Jankowski.
But the avalanche returned even before the period ended.
In a catastrophic move, successive gifts made by the goalkeeper in Calgary, David Rittich and Monahan, resulted in Avs getting the tic-tac-toe goal from his upper line with MacKinnon, which ended the series with Gabriel Landeski and Mikko Rantanen.
Johnson's shot, which was in the interior, connected him in that period with 19 seconds.
Rittich, who was all night sharp, had 32 stops to improve to 16-4-3.
Varlamov, tested only 15 times, fell to 11-9-5.