CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -- Jarome Iginla put his struggles behind and came up big for the Calgary Flames.
Coming in with just one goal this season and two in his last 28 games, Iginla had two tying goals and Curtis Glencross scored the winner 23 seconds after the second to lift the Flames to a 5-4 win over the Phoenix Coyotes on Sunday night
"It was a wacky game with a lot of different things," Iginla said. "It felt great as a team to find a way not only to tie it but to see Glennie win it right before regulation was great."
Iginla tied the score 4-4 with 1:23 remaining in the third period after a cross-ice pass from Alex Tanguay went off his stick then off his belly before trickling in.
With the Scotiabank Saddledome sell-out crowd still buzzing, Glencross took Lee Stempniak's pass from the corner and one-timed a slapshot past Mike Smith from the top of the slot.
"When you get a win like that, late in the game, it's huge for the mental part of the game," Glencross said. "It's re...