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If the Lightning fail to stop Jarom Iginla in Game 6, he will have an extra award to carry along with the Stanley Cup.

Updated: June 4, 2004, 1:40 PM ET
By Jim Wilkie
Calgary Flames: Another goal and an assist on the overtime winner in Calgary's 3-2 victory over Tampa Bay in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals has pushed Jarome Iginla closer to winning the Conn Smythe Trophy. If the Lightning fail to stop the Flames captain once more in Saturday's Game 6, Iginla will have an extra award to carry along with the Stanley Cup.

As late as Thursday morning, Calgary head coach Darryl Sutter didn't expect Toni Lydman to play in Game 5. But the Finnish defenseman, who had suffered a concussion earlier in the playoffs, felt good enough and had his adrenalin make up for any rust as he played his first game since Game 3 against Vancouver in the first round.

Tampa Bay Lightning: As great of a blast as Iginla took in the second period for Calgary's second goal, it's a shot Tampa Bay's Nikolai Khabibulin usually makes. Nobody was blaming Khabibulin after Game 5 because without The 'Bulin Wall, the Lightning wouldn't have even made it to overtime Thursday night.