The only goal of the Calgary Flames' first playoff came in the first five minutes of the first period. in the first period. Elias Lindholm scored a powerplay goal with an assist from Matthew Tkachuk and Johnny Gaudreau, putting the Flames up 1-0; which ended up being the final score. The Flames outshot the Dallas Stars 26 to 16.  

Jacob Markstrom would shut out the Stars on Tuesday evening, even though they had five power plays throughout the game. While the Flames outshot the Stars, they also delivered some hits too, racking up 34 hits to Dallas’s 20. Markstrom has led the regular season with shutouts and last night’s playoff shutout is the second of his career in a post-season game. 

While Dillon Dube didn’t get any goals or assists, he was able to get several shots on Dallas Stars’ goalie Jake Oettinger.  

However, it was the Stars defenseman Miro Heiskanen who had the most ice time during game one of the series, clocking in with nearly 30 minutes of ice time. 

The Flames will see the Stars once again tomorrow at 8 P.M. 

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