The Calgary Flames defeated the Detroit Red Wings, 3-0, at Scotiabank Saddledome on Saturday night.
The Flames scored twice on the power play and once at even strength to shut out Detroit for the second time this season.
Red Wings goaltender Thomas Greiss made 40 saves in his second start in the month of March.
Detroit fell to 24-28-7 on the season.
NEXT UP: The Red Wings continue their Western Canada road trip on Tuesday night with an 8 p.m. ET/ 6 p.m. MT puck drop against the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place.
Calgary 1, Detroit 0 (9:22, 1st period)
Elias Lindholm skated through multiple Red Wings players and fired a wrist shot past Detroit goalie Thomas Greiss on the power play for an early lead.
Calgary 2, Detroit 0 (8:25, 3rd period)
Tyler Toffoli received a cross-ice feed from Matthew Tkachuk and scored on a power play to double-up Calgary’s lead.
Calgary 3, Detroit 0 (15:38, 3rd period)
Blake Coleman buried a backdoor pass for his 13th goal of the season.
Jeff Blashill on the importance of playing strong hockey every single night
“I don’t care what our last little bit has been. You can’t not play your A-game on a nightly basis and if you don’t have your A-game, have a B. Is there a mental grind to it? For sure there is.”
Blashill on Greiss’ performance
“I thought Greisser played real well. Obviously kept us in the hockey game, made some big saves when we broke down.”
Sam Gagner on facing the Flames
“They’re a team that they volume shoot and they have pucks down. We gotta find a way to tilt the ice and play in their end a little more.”