Nov 17, 2013, 12:40 AM EST
For the first time in almost 11 years, the Colorado Avalanche lost on home ice to the Florida Panthers.
The Avalanche fell 4-1 to the struggling and rebuilding Panthers. It’s Colorado’s third straight loss, as they look to keep pace with the Central Division-leading Chicago Blackhawks.
“But for us, we’re a positive group in here. You know, it sucks, it’s tough but we are good enough to turn this around,” said Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog afterward.
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