Last night the Calgary Flames and Cochranite Dillon Dube continued their road trip and managed to take round two of back-to-back games against Airdronian Jake Neighbours and the St. Louis Blues with a 4-1 win.

On the ice, another rivalry took place in a quasi battle of Alberta when 2 players from Airdrie and Cochrane went head-to-head with one player on each of the opposing teams. After the 2 games this week, everything is squared up at 1 game apiece since Neighbours was not on the ice for their first match-up this season. Of the three times this season the teams have faced off, the Blues have the advantage, winning two games against the Flames who only have last night's win. 

It was a busy night for both Airdronian Neighbours and Cochranite Dube, as they were able to put the puck into the back of the net. Neighbours was able to net the one and only goal for the Blues while Dube scored half of the points for the Flames with two.

For Neighbours, it was his third career goal, and for Dube the goals last night equalled numbers 45 and 46 for him in the NHL.

In the standings, the Blues and Flames are neck and neck, with the Blues having 45 points and a total record of 21-19-3 while the Flames current record is 20-14-9 and 49 points.

These two teams will not meet up again in the regular season.

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