The Flames have often deployed Elias Lindholm as their top right-winger, but he's frequently played as a center this season, and the team prefers to have him centering its second line, Seravalli added.
Flames head coach Geoff Ward has been shuffling his lines throughout the season as the team struggles to find consistency. This is how the lineup looked Thursday morning ahead of Calgary's game against the Ottawa Senators:
The Flames sit fifth in the North Division with a 10-11-2 record. Calgary also ranks 22nd in the league with 59 goals scored.