CALGARY, Alberta (AP) -- Red-hot Johnny Gaudreau scored twice and the Calgary Flames beat the Edmonton Oilers 5-3 Sunday night for their franchise-record 11th straight home win.
Since last losing at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Oct. 30, the Flames have dominated at home with Gaudreau leading the way. The 22-year-old has scored in eight of the 11 wins with 15 goals and 22 points over that span, including a hat trick in a 4-1 win over Winnipeg last Tuesday night.
Gaudreau has 29 points at home and trails only Jamie Benn (31) and Patrick Kane (30) for the league lead. He's sixth overall with 39 points.
Mark Giordano also scored twice and Matt Stajan had a goal for the Flames. Calgary has two games left on a four-game homestand. Karri Ramo stopped 28 shots.
Benoit Pouliot scored twice and Teddy Purcell added the other for Edmonton. The Oilers are 1-4-1 since a six-game winning streak ended.