NHL: Anaheim 5, Calgary 4

Jan. 22, 2013 at 12:11 AM

CALGARY, Alberta, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Ryan Getzlaff and Daniel Winnik each scored two goals Monday and the Anaheim Ducks won a second straight to begin the season, 5-4 over Calgary.

Getzlaff's first tally came only 1:06 into the game and triggered a three goal onslaught that handed the Ducks a quick 3-0 lead. His second -- the eventual game-winner -- gave Anaheim a 5-3 advantage in the final frame.

Winnik added an assist and Saku Koivu also notched three points with a goal and two helpers as the Ducks began the lockout-shortened NHL season with their second triumph in two games.

Jonas Hiller turned aside 21-of-25 shots to earn the victory.

Curtis Glencross provided two goals with an assist while Alex Tanguay chipped in with a score and a helper as the Flames dropped a second straight to begin the campaign.

Miikka Kirprusoff made 19 saves in Calgary's loss.

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