Cochrane's Dillon Dube is one goal away from a new season high after the Calgary Flames lanced the Golden Knights 7-2 in Vegas last night.

Dube scored his 18th of the season to match last year's high with 13 games remaining in the regular NHL season.

Combined with assists, that's 40 points in 69 games, also a personal high in his fifth season with the club. He finished last season's campaign with 18 goals and 14 assists for 32 points in 79 starts, also the most in his career.

Dube found Knights' goalie Jonathan Quick way out of position after a shot from Nikita Zadorov and tapped in the rebound late in the third.

The win snaps a four-game winning streak of the Golden Knights, who hold a one-point edge on the Los Angeles Kings in the Western Conference.

It was the first-ever win for the Flames in nine tries at the T-Mobile Arena in the City of Second Chances. The win brings Calgary within three points of the Winnipeg Jets, who hold the second wild-card slot in the wild Western Conference.

Dube will have a chance to set his new high on Saturday night when the Flames host the Dallas Stars.