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The Calgary Flames overtook the Edmonton Oilers in the first game of the Western Conference semifinal match on Wednesday night.

Flames fans demanded to score 10 goals by the end of the game. The Calgary’s nine goals were a draw most of all in the franchise’s playoff history.

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Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk (right) celebrates his goal against Edmonton Oilers with striker Johnny Gaudro during the second period of the 1st game of the playoff series of the 2nd round of the Hockey Hockey League on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, in Calgary , Alberta.
(Jeff Mackintosh / The Canadian Press via AP)

Matei Tkachuk picked up a hat-trick in the game and scored for “Flame” at the most convenient moments. His 8:24 goal in the second period brought the Flames ahead 6-2 at the Oilers, and it seemed that the first game for Edmonton was too late.

The Oilers scored four goals in a row, and Kyler Yamamoto tied 6-6 early in the third.

Flames defender Rasmus Anderson broke the draw at 2:57. Weaver would add two more goals to close the deal for the Flames and get a hat-trick along the way.

The game will end with a small clash between the two teams.

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Edmonton Oilers goalkeeper Mika Koskinen, center-back, responds that Calgary Flames striker Blake Coleman is celebrating his goal in the second period of the 1st game of the NHL Hockey Series playoff series on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, in Calgary. Alberta.
(Jeff Mackintosh / The Canadian Press via AP)

In the first six minutes of the game, “Calgary” scored three goals. Elias Lindholm, Andrew Manjapan and Brett Richie lit the lamp early. The Oilers star Conor McDavid stopped the bleeding at 7:41 in the first period.

A bunch of enrollment will take place in the second.

Blake Coleman of the Flames scored two goals and Tkachuk got his first in the power play. But Edmonton made a brave effort to get back in the game. Evan Bouchard, Leon Drysight and Zach Hyman put the team back in the game.

As a result, Calgary would have won.

Calgary Flames forward Blake Coleman (20) celebrates his goal in a game against the Edmonton Oilers with Milan Lucic (17) and Rasmus Anderson (4) in the second period of the first game of the NHL second round hockey series on Wednesday. May 18, 2022 in Calgary, Alberta.

Calgary Flames forward Blake Coleman (20) celebrates his goal in a game against the Edmonton Oilers with Milan Lucic (17) and Rasmus Anderson (4) in the second period of the first game of the NHL second round hockey series on Wednesday. May 18, 2022 in Calgary, Alberta.
(Jeff Mackintosh / The Canadian Press via AP)

Mike Smith of Edmonton conceded four goals and was withdrawn from the game. His replacement Mika Koskinen would have scored five goals and finished with 32 saves.

Jacob Markstrom of Calgary finished the game with 22 saves.

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Game 2 is scheduled for Friday night at 10:30 p.m. ET.

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