Calgary looks to prevent Phoenix from a sixth victory in its last eight tries by winning a third straight meeting between these teams Monday night in Arizona.
Miikka Kiprusoff likely will miss at least another week with a groin injury, and backup Leland Irving was sent down to Abbotsford of the AHL after giving up two goals on four shots in Friday's 5-2 loss to St. Louis.
Joey MacDonald, claimed off waivers from Detroit last Monday, relieved Irving before making his first start for Calgary (5-5-3) in Sunday's come-from-behind 4-3 win at Dallas.
"It's been a long time and it's been frustrating, ups and downs, good days, bad days," said MacDonald, who made 27 saves in his first NHL start since March 14. "I felt pretty good in there for not playing in a while."
There's a good chance, though, that Danny Taylor, who replaced Irving, will make his first career NHL start Monday in the second of a back-to-back. Taylor leads the AHL with a 1.82 goals-against average.
The Flames, who overcame a two-goal third-period deficit Sunday to improve to 3-1-1 on the road, had dropped three of their previous four games.
Cammalleri has five goals and five assists in his last seven games versus the Coyotes, who are 5-2-0 since starting 2-4-2. Phoenix (7-6-2) beat Columbus 5-3 on Saturday, equaling its goal total from its previous three games combined.
"When you don't score enough, you look at how you can improve your scoring," coach Dave Tippett said. "Getting people to the net, getting pucks to the net are certainly ways you're going to create more chances."
Keith Yandle tied a career high with three assists, adding one on Martin Hazal's game-winning power-play goal as the Coyotes converted only one of seven chances. They're 3 for 32 with the man advantage over their last eight games.