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NHL - US Sports: Flames will learn from streak ending defeat

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.

End of successful run

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.

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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.

Coleman calls for response

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."

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