Bouma's goal lifts Calgary to 6-4 win over Florida

Lance Bouma scored the go-ahead goal to lift the Calgary Flames to a 6-4 win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday.

Bouma's one-timer from the slot came with 2:18 left and broke a 4-4 tie, giving the Flames their fourth win in their past five games.

Johnny Gaudreau added an empty-net power-play goal with 1:05 left.

Sean Monahan, Jiri Hudler, Mark Giordano and David Jones also scored goals for Calgary. Karri Ramo, making his first start in six games, gave up four goals on 22 shots for the Flames before being replaced by Jonas Hiller with 6:29 left in the second. Hiller stopped eight shots.

Scottie Upshall scored two goals and had an assist for Florida. Jimmy Hayes and Nick Bjugstad also scored for the Panthers. Al Montoya made 19 saves. Aaron Ekblad and Dmitri Kulikov each had two assists.

Monahan's tip-in with 15:07 left tied the score at 4 and extended his points streak to five games.

With Florida leading 1-0, both teams combined for six goals in the second period.

Trailing 3-2, the Flames tied it at 3-all on Hudler's soft wrist shot that went over Montoya's glove at 12:56.

Florida reclaimed the lead 35 seconds later when Hayes tipped in a deflection on a shot by Upshall that chased Romo from the game.

The Panthers, who have struggled scoring with a league-low 16 goals coming into the game, scored just 1:17 in on Upshall's first goal. Upshall passed the puck out from behind the net and it bounced off Ramo's right skate and backwards into the net to make it 1-0.

NOTES: Florida D Dmitri Kulikov left the game in the second with a lower body injury and did not return. ... Montoya made his second start this season for the Panthers, and first on home ice. ... Florida forward Jonathan Huberdeau returned after missing the past three games with the flu. ... Calgary LW Michael Ferland missed his fourth straight game with an upper body injury. ... The game was broadcast in 12 European countries, including the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany and the United Kingdom.