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Triumph at last-
While going into the third period the Stars where trailing Calgary by a 2-1 score, the Stars responded with goals from Jere Lehtinen and Jason Arnott Saturday for a 3-2 victory at Pengrowth Saddledome. Brenden Morrow also scored for the Stars. Mike Modano returned to the lineup and had an assist, but Rob DiMaio still remains with an (ankle injury) and was out for the CBC Hockey Night in Canada broadcast-FLAMES INFO-The Flames, coming off a wild 3-3 tie in Washington Wednesday, are 3-4-2 in the nine games since Jamie McLennan, who is filling in for the injured Roman Turek and Miikka Kiprusoff, took over in goal. During that stretch, McLennan has just under a 2.25 goals against average and a .918 save percentage.The Flames were third in the Northwest Division and sixth in the Western Conference through Thursday's games. Jarome Iginla had a goal Wednesday, giving him 18 for the season and six in his last six games. "Lately, I have just been getting good bounces," said Iginla. "Earlier in the year, I wasn't getting a ton." He also leads the Flames in assists (21) and points (39). Injuries: F Craig Conroy (knee) is expected to play. G Miikka Kiprusoff (MCL sprain), C Stephane Yelle (MCL sprain), C Blair Betts (shoulder dislocation), LW Dave Lowry (abdominal pull) and RW Chuck Kobasew (shoulder separation) are all sidelined indefinitely. G Jamie McLennan (flu) and G Roman Turek (MCL tear) are day-to-day.Stars next Opponent is the Vancouver Canucks, Stars beat the Canucks last time by a 3-1 score.