The Flames play the first of three road games tonight against the swift skating Colorado Avalanche.
They are looking to break a four-game losing streak.
There is a definite sense of urgency to this game.
"It's time to do the things that make us successful and gel as a team," said Alex Tanguay. "Right now we are all focused on the outcome. There is a process to get to that outcome. We'll get there. We have too much experience."
The Flames are also looking to get back to putting the puck in the net. During a three-game winning streak just prior to this recent slump, the Flames scored 15 goals, or an average of five per game.
They scored five against the Avs on November 4 in a 6-5 loss that started this little slide. Since then they have scored just four goals in three games.
Tanguay believes that the scoring punch will return.
"We've got all the skills to put the puck in the net," he said.
The one line-up change sees Curtis Glencross back in the line-up after missing one game with a lower body injury.
Gametime is 7:30 p.m. on Sportsnet West and The Fan 960.
Blog Post by Mike Board @nhlflames/twitter