Forward Blake Coleman says the Calgary Flames will learn from a 7-1 loss to the Vancouver Canucks, a result which ended their ten-game winning-run on Thursday.
The Flames, 12/1 to win the Stanley Cup in 2021/22, lost for the first time since 27th January, and during their all-time franchise equalling run, outscored opponents 42-15.
At the opposite end, they allowed two or fewer goals 12 times in winning 13 of their last 15 games.
With a 30-14-6 record, the Flames lead the Pacific Division and rank ninth in the entire NHL.
Coleman is in his first season with the Flames and has ten goals, 12 assists for 22 points in 49 games.
The winger signed a six-year contract with the Flames in the off-season after winning the Stanley Cup back-to-back with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Over the past two seasons with the Lightning, the 30-year-old has played 48 times in the playoffs with 26 points (10 goals, 16 assists).
The double Stanley Cup winner said to the media: "Good teams get beat and good teams have bad nights, but to be a good team you've got to respond. This is part of the growth of our group."