CALGARY, Alberta – Sean Monahan scored twice for the first time this season and the slumping Calgary Flames beat the NHL-leading Florida Panthers 5-1.
Rasmus Andersson got his first goal of the season, Matthew Tkachuk and Blake Coleman also scored and Johnny Gaudreau had four assists for Calgary.
The Flames snapped a four-game skid and won on home ice for the first time since Nov. 29.
They were 2-7-1 in their past 10 games.
Jacob Markstrom had 28 saves for Calgary. He had given up at least four goals in his previous five starts.