Forward Blake Coleman scored twice and had an assist in a 4-2 win against the Arizona Coyotes on Wednesday and said if the Calgary Flames continue to get contributions from different players each night, they will be a danger for other teams down the stretch.
The Flames, 18/1 to win the Stanley Cup, head into the All-Star break on the back of three wins and five victories in their last six (5-1-0).
Against the Coyotes, the Flames had four points from Chris Tanev (one goal, three assists), two assists from Andrew Mangiapane and Johnny Gaudreau added an assist to his team leading points tally of 54 (18 goals, 36 assists).
Described as a "rockstar" by Coleman, 28-year-old Gaudreau will represent Calgary at the All-Star game to be held in Vegas this weekend.
Thirty-year-old Coleman joined the Flames on a six-year contract in the off-season after winning the Stanley Cup twice with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
In 41 games so far, the centreman has contributed 18 points (ten goals, eight assists) helping the Flames to fourth place in the Pacific Division (23-13-6).
Coleman said to the media: "We're a good team. I think we've gotten better the last three games here, it's pieced together, a little (more) consistency from our team.
"I still think we need to take the next step, but I think we're starting to. I think if we can round out different ways to win games and have different guys to step up and be difference-makers.
"I think we're going to be a pretty dangerous team down the stretch."