February 11, 2019, 7:01 am

Mangiapane gets first NHL goal in slick fashion

VANCOUVER — Andrew Mangiapane didn’t care if his archetypal NHL goal was pretty, he would’ve taken it no matter how it looked.Getting on the scorer’s sheet by taking a pretty pass from Calgary Flames defenceman Noah Hanifin and finishing it off with a blistering one-timer in the s...

Mangiapane gets first NHL goal in slick fashion

Mangiapane gets archetypal NHL goal in glossy fashion Calgary Flames

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