Cammalleri's first goal of the game was the game winner at 12:50 of the first period from defensemen Dennis Wideman and Kris Russell. Wideman and Russell were fantastic on Saturday. They each recorded two points and were an exceptional +5.
Curtis Glencross, Jiri Hudler and Russell also scored the Flames, who improve to 5-4-2 and are two points back of the Los Angeles Kings for a playoff spot. The Kings host the Edmonton Oilers this evening.
Meanwhile, Flames goaltender Karri Ramo recorded his first home victory and made 27 saves.
The Flames won even though Lee Stempniak and Mark Giordano were out of the lineup. Both have lower body injuries. Giordano is on the injury reserve, while Stempniak is day-to-day.
The Flames next host the Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome. Note the start time is at 6:00 p.m. to accommodate TSN, who is showing a doubleheader. The later game that evening will be the Detroit Red Wings at the Vancouver Canucks.