Vancouver at Calgary

    Flames 3, Canucks 1

    CBS SportsLine.com wire reports
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    CALGARY, Alberta -- Daymond Langkow had a goal and an assist Tuesday night, and the Calgary Flames beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-1 in a preseason game.

    Adam Cracknell snapped a 1-1 tie with 3:33 left to give the Flames a 2-1 lead. Langkow followed with a breakaway goal just over two minutes later to seal the win.

    Tony Amonte also scored for Calgary. Josh Green had the lone goal for the Canucks in their exhibition opener.

    The only regular put into the Vancouver lineup by new head coach Alain Vigneault was center Matt Cooke.

    Calgary, in its second game, iced a more experienced group including second-year defenseman Dion Phaneuf -- making his season debut. The heavy hitter leveled Canucks forward Gordie Dwyer just 35 seconds into the game.

    Green gave the Canucks a 1-0 just 49 seconds after the opening faceoff.

    Calgary tied it during a power play by capitalizing on good puck movement by Amonte, Byron Ritchie and Dustin Boyd, who had an assist.

    Flames defenseman Rhett Warrener left the game early in the second period with an undisclosed injury.

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    Scoring Summary
    1ST PERIOD
    no goals scored
    2ND PERIOD
    :49Josh Green - Assists: Rory Fitzpatrick and Joe Rullier
    11:12Power Play - Tony Amonte - Assists: Byron Ritchie and Dustin Boyd
    3RD PERIOD
    16:27Power Play - Adam Cracknell - Assists: Dion Phaneuf and Daymond Langkow
    18:42Power Play - Daymond Langkow
    Penalty Summary
    1ST PERIOD
    2:29Luc Bourdon: hooking - minor
    5:30Robyn Regehr: hooking - minor
    8:24Marc Chouinard: hooking - minor
    11:27Tomi Maki: hooking - minor
    19:01Rick Rypien: fighting - major
    19:01Mark Giordano: fighting - major
    2ND PERIOD
    1:23Joe Rullier: instigator - minor
    1:23Joe Rullier: misconduct - misconduct
    1:23Joe Rullier: fighting - major
    1:23Daymond Langkow: fighting - major
    1:23Daymond Langkow: interference - minor
    2:06Mike Brown: fighting - major
    2:06Mike Brown: roughing - minor
    2:06Jeff Friesen: fighting - major
    3:23Tim Ramholt: interference - minor
    6:37Derek Couture: hooking - minor
    6:40Vladimir Kutny: interference - minor
    10:23Gordie Dwyer: cross-checking - minor
    10:23Jeff Friesen: high-sticking - double-minor
    10:23Gordie Dwyer: roughing - double-minor
    13:14Marc-Andre Bernier: hooking - minor
    20:00Matt Cooke: high-sticking - minor
    3RD PERIOD
    6:12Nathan McIver: fighting - major
    6:12Derek Couture: fighting - major
    9:34Gordie Dwyer: hooking - minor
    13:23Andrei Zyuzin: holding - minor
    14:08Matt Cooke: roughing - minor
    15:56Nathan McIver: hooking - minor
    17:56Rory Fitzpatrick: diving - minor
    19:54Mark Giordano: holding - minor
    20:00Gordie Dwyer: misconduct - misconduct
    SHOTS ON GOALS
     123OTT
    Calgary61413 33
    Vancouver6108 24
    GAME INFORMATION
    Attendance - 19289
    Game Time - 60:00
    Referees - Dennis LaRue, Rob Martell
    Line Judges - Ryan Galloway, Vaughan Rody
     
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