Flames Hold On To Beat Avs 4-3, Regain First Place
Bryan Marchment and Chuck Kobasew also scored for the Flames, who rebounded from a 3-0 loss in Denver on Sunday to move a point ahead of second-place Colorado.
Joe Sakic, Milan Hejduk and Alex Tanguay had third-period goals for the Avalanche.
Iginla and Marchment scored in the first period, and Iginla made 3-0 with a power-play goal at 2:52 of the second.
Sacic made it 3-1 at 4:33 of the third, and Hejduk cut it to a goal with a power-play score at 8:02. Kobasew countered for the Flames with 3:54 left, and Tanguay completed the scoring with 1:25 remaining.
Peter Budaj made 26 saves for Colorado.
Notes: Iginla reached the 30-goal mark for the fifth consecutive season. ... The Flames will open a seven-game trip Thursday night in Edmonton. ... The victory was the 400th of Flames coach Darryl Sutter's NHL career. ... Jamie Lundmark made his Flames debut. He was acquired from Phoenix on Thursday. ... Calgary is 10-0-0 when Iginla has a multiple point game.