Flames down Kings, 5-3

November 29, 1991

CALGARY, Alberta -- Theoren Fleury scored a goal and added three assists as the Calgary Flames beat Los Angeles 5-3 last night, handing the Kings their first loss in five games.

Paul Ranheim, Gary Roberts, Robert Reichel and Mark Habscheid also scored for the Flames, 2-3-2 over the past seven games. Habscheid and Reichel both scored on the power play.

Tony Granato scored two goals and Jari Kurri had a power-play goal for the Kings, who outshot Calgary 26-23. Wayne Gretzky picked up three assists.

Before the game started, a moment of silence was held in memory of Bob Johnson, the former Flames and Pittsburgh Penguins coach who died Tuesday of brain cancer.

Los Angeles played its first game without coach Tom Webster, )) who was suspended for 12 games Wednesday for throwing a stick at referee Kerry Fraser on Nov. 16.

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