“From our side, I think we can play better,” Lindholm said. “It was a tight game. Both teams played good defensively, so there was not a lot going on out there, but we found a way.
“Their goalie saw the puck a lot, so we need to get more bodies to the net and create some more chaos.”
Coleman, who signed with Calgary last year after winning back-to-back Stanley Cups with the Tampa Bay Lightning, went to the bench in distress after the Hakanpaa hit, but finished the period.
“I’m all right,” Coleman said. “It’s playoff hockey.”
NOTES: The Stars ousted the Flames in six games in the first round of the 2020 playoff bubble in Edmonton. … It’s the fourth best-of-seven series in the past 21 years to feature four 40-goal scorers: Flames forwards Lindholm, Tkachuk and Johnny Gaudreau and Dallas forward Jason Robertson.
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