Bishop gave up three goals on 22 shots against the Flames on Wednesday, but he secured a road win thanks to six goals of support from his offense.

The NHL's tallest goalie of all time has struggled to find his rhythm this year, and he's had an especially tough time winning lately -- over the seven appearances preceding Wednesday's game, Bishop went 1-5-1 with a 3.03 GAA and .902 save percentage. Ugly as those rate stats are, they're not too far off from his season numbers. Bishop's primary saving grace at this point is that backup Andrei Vasilevskiy -- who looked to be coming for his job early in the season -- has cooled off recently, giving up four-plus goals in three of his last four outings.

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