CALGARY [url=http://www.islandersfanproshop.com/authentic-hats]New York Islanders Hats Womens[/url] , Alberta (AP) — Michael Frolik and Mikael Backlund each had a goal and an assist in the third period to help the Calgary Flames beat the Arizona Coyotes 5-2 on Monday.Mark Giordano also had a goal and an assist, and Derek Ryan and Austin Czarnik had the other goals for the Flames, who won their second straight to improve to 3-3-2 since the All-Star break. Elias Lindholm assisted on both third-period goals, Rasmus Andersson also had two assists, and Mike Smith stopped 27 shots in his third straight start (2-0-1).Conor Garland and Jordan Weal scored for the Coyotes. Calvin Pickard finished with 29 saves in his third start for Arizona since being claimed off waivers from Philadelphia on Nov. 29.Frolik extended Calgary’s lead to 4-2 at 5:48 of the third period off Arizona’s defensive-zone turnover. Lindholm skated the puck out from the boards and dished to the Czech, who chipped the puck by Pickard stick-side.Backlund added an empty-netter with 1:12 left.Czarnik got his second goal in two games after being a healthy scratch for the previous nine, giving the Flames a 3-2 lead with 3:42 left in the second. Subbing in on Calgary’s third line again for the injured James Neal [url=http://www.islandersfanproshop.com/authentic-customized]Custom New York Islanders Jerseys[/url] , Czarnik snared the puck on a broken play and scored from his knees with a low shot.Ryan opened the scoring as he deflected Giordano’s slap shot up on Pickard at 1:34 of the first for his sixth of the season.Garland beat Smith with a high backhand for to tie it at 6:27 of the second.Giordano put Calgary up 2-1 with 8:40 left in the middle period. Instead of shooting from his preferred spot near the faceoff circle to the goalie’s right, the Calgary captain went forehand to backhand to beat Pickard for his 13th.Weal, acquired from Philadelphia in January, got his first goal for the Coyotes on the power play with 5:39 left in the period. He took a cross-ice feed from Alex Galchenyuk and whipped a wrist shot past Smith’s shoulder.NOTES: The Flames improved to 21-1-0 this season when leading after two periods. … Flames D T.J. Brodie was scratched prior to the game and said to be day-to-day with an undisclosed injury, which promoted Andersson to Calgary’s top pairing alongside Giordano. … Neal missed a second straight game with an upper-body injury.UP NEXTCoyotes: At Edmonton on Tuesday night before closing out their western Canada swing Thursday night at Vancouver.Flames: Host the New York Islanders on Wednesday night. BOSTON (AP) — Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist hopes his teammates take some time to think about how well they’ve played going into a long break.He’ll also have some time to reflect on his climb up the NHL’s career wins list.Lundqvist made 27 saves to take over sole possession of sixth place in wins and New York beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 Saturday night.“I’m very proud to be on that list,” Lundqvist said. “It’s not something you think about when you start your career or seven, eight [url=http://www.senatorsshoponline.com]www.senatorsshoponline.com[/url] , nine years into your career. When you reach top 10, that’s probably the first time you look at that list.”Mika Zibanejad scored two goals and Filip Chytil had the other for New York, and Lundqvist got his 446th win to break a tie with Terry Sawchuk and move eight behind Curtis Joseph for fifth. It was New York’s fourth win in five games, and its eighth in the last nine meetings against Boston.The Rangers will now be off for nine days for their bye week and the All-Star break.“I think it’s good to get a break and reflect why did we have a good week here,” Lundqvist said. “Maybe we can do that on the beach somewhere and come back recharged.”Danton Heinen and Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins, who lost in regulation for just the second time in 10 games (7-2-1).Boston also lost starting goalie Tuukka Rask to a concussion late in the first period.“He’s concussed and that’s all I know, so he’ll go into the protocol [url=http://www.senatorsshoponline.com/authentic-t-shirts]Ottawa Senators T-Shirts Womens[/url] ,” Boston coach Bruce Cassidy said. “Best case scenario for those is next day he’s up and running.”Rask was hurt in a hard collision with Chytil, who was sent flying into his head by Boston defenseman Charlie McAvoy after scoring a goal charging the net at full speed with 1 1/2 minutes left in the opening period.The hit sent Rask onto his back, where he was down for a while before being helped to the bench and down the tunnel to the locker room. He entered tied with Cecil “Tiny” Thompson as the winningest goaltender in club history with 252 victories and was 6-0-1 in his previous seven starts. Rask had six saves and backup Jaroslav Halak finished with 11.“It was scary,” McAvoy said. “He seemed down and out. You saw firsthand the force that the guy went right into him. It didn’t look good right away. I just wanted to make sure he was OK. He came back to and we got him off the ice. Just hopefully he’s feeling all right.”Zibanejad scored the go-ahead goal on a power play with wrist shot from the top of the left circle with 10:55 left in the third.“You want to go into the break with a good feeling especially when you’re sitting with this game for nine days,” he said.He became the second player in team history to score the winning goal in three straight games. Rod Gilbert did it in 1966.New York coach David Quinn, who led Boston University the last five seasons and played at the school, was back in TD Garden for the first time with the Rangers. Hanging above the ice was the Hockey East tourney championship banner the Terriers won last March.Trailing 2-1 [url=http://www.senatorsshoponline.com/authentic-hoodie]Ottawa Senators Hoodies Womens[/url] , Boston tied it on Marchand’s goal when banged in a shot from the top of the crease off David Pastrnak’s feed 3:24 into the third.With both teams facing the long layoff, the first period was somewhat surprisingly lackluster with limited hits, chances and rushes until Boston took a 1-0 edge on Heinen’s goal with 2 1/2 minutes remaining.Chytil’s goal tied it a minute later and Zibanejad redirected Brady Skjei’s shot by Halak to give the Rangers the lead at 5:22 of the second.NOTES: Rangers D Adam McQuaid got a video tribute and a standing ovation, waving to the crowd twice midway into the opening period. He played his first nine NHL seasons with Boston before being traded to New York in September. … New York F Kevin Hayes missed his ninth straight with an upper-body injury. … Boston D John Moore, a member of New York’s 2014 Stanley Cup finalist team, was a healthy scratch.SPECIAL RELATIONSHIPBruins D Matt Grzelcyk, who played three seasons for Quinn at BU [url=http://www.senatorsshoponline.com/authentic-hats]Ottawa Senators Hats Womens[/url] , said after the morning skate that he developed a great relationship with him.“He certainly means a lot to me,” he said. “He’s still a close friend. It’s obviously nice to have that connection. It’s going to be fun to see him tonight.“He seems to really care for each and every player. He’s fully invested in their lives and helping them become better on and off the ice. A lot of players really appreciate that.”McAvoy and Boston F Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson also played for Quinn at BU.UP NEXTRangers: Off until they host Philadelphia on Jan. 29.Bruins: Off until a home game against Winnipeg on Jan. 29.