But in the end, everyone got what they wanted: The Calgary Flames’ Matthew Tkachuk stood up for himself, the Edmonton Oilers’ Zack Kassian got his pound of flesh and the fans were entertained in the latest installment of the “Battle of Alberta.”MORE: Zack Kassian gets four-year contract extension Following the last game where Kassian threw Tkachuk around after a second hit the Oilers forward did not like, expectations were high for the two to settle things on the ice. While they didn’t go earlier in the first period when they lined up for a faceoff, and no one saw the undercard of Sean Monahan-Ryan Nugent-Hopkins happening, they finally dropped the gloves.’Battle of Alberta’: Flames win third installment in shootoutAnd of course, Twitter had to weigh in on the two going toe to toe.Good for tkachuk for standing up for himself! Earned a lot more respect around the league. I wonder if he knew kassian was a lefty! I’m hoping someone told him before the game. I always watched video n showed teammates how to fight certain guys if they knew it was gonna go down!— Brandon Prust (@BrandonPrust8) January 30, 2020Well wish that went longer……Round 2?— Ryan Kesler (@Ryan_Kesler) January 30, 2020You have to give Tkachuk credit…he didn’t really have to fight but wanted to make sure things were square. I’ve fought Kass (off ice) and those are some heavy lefts!! @NHLFlames @EdmontonOilers https://t.co/kBo5YeO7CK— Kevin Bieksa (@kbieksa3) January 30, 2020Say what you want about Mathew Tkachuk but gutsy move coming out and answering the bell with Zach Kassian. Way out of Tkachuk’s weight class but still showed up and was tossing em. #respect we play on @NHLNetwork— Brian Lawton (@brianlawton9) January 30, 2020Love it— Cam Janssen (@CamJanssen25) January 30, 2020Who would have thought the opening act Monahan / Nugent-Hopkins would steal the show fromthe headliners Tkachuk-Kassian 🤘Ok back to hockey…. 🔥🔥🔥#Flames #Oilers #CGYvsEDM #yyc #yegVia @Sportsnet pic.twitter.com/uTV90HnjKU— Kevin Smith (@Global_Smith) January 30, 2020Battle of Alberta #Flames #Oilers pic.twitter.com/vfDAkIpcsv— Anthony Stewart (@StuMunrue) January 30, 2020 It took some time.Sixteen minutes and 35 seconds to be exact.