If there's any team that knows what it takes to rebound from a heartbreaking multiple-overtime loss, it's the team that did it just two nights ago.
The Ducks have now lost their last three overtimes in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including two in the Western Conference Final against the Blackhawks.
But they didn't feel sorry for themselves after Game 2, and they won't start now.
"I think we're right there," Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano said following a 5-4 double-overtime loss in Game 4 on Saturday night. "There's no hanging our head. Obviously it's a bad feeling, but we just got to battle back."
That's precisely why the Ducks have been an even bigger headache to deal with than seasons past.
While they've endured a pair of late losses against the Blackhawks, Anaheim's 2-0 record coming off an overtime loss this postseason is just another testament to its ability to quickly forget and keep looking forward.
"Let's put that one behind us now. Sure, we're ticked off and everything else," coach Bruce Boudreau said. "But we got a game in two days. If you dwell on it, you're going to dwell on it to the fact you're down 3-2."
Instead, the Ducks are building on the positives, such as overcoming a two-goal deficit in the third period by scoring three goals in 37 seconds, the second-fastest three goals in NHL history.
They're now outscoring opponents 21-6 in the third period this postseason, which isn't anything new to folks in Anaheim.
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"I'm really proud of our guys for fighting and battling back," defenseman Cam Fowler said. "I've come to realize that our team's capable of a lot of things, especially at times when it looks like things are pretty dark and we might be out of it. We're a group that believes, no matter what in here."
Now, it's essentially a best-of-three series for a chance to clinch a berth to the Stanley Cup Final, a place the Ducks haven't been since 2007.
But it's a confident locker room heading back to Honda Center with home-ice advantage and an opportunity to put the Blackhawks' backs against the wall even though, at times, the cards haven't fallen their way.
"We're a resilient group in here," Fowler said. "You've got to roll with the punches and so far we have a second overtime loss and a third overtime loss and that could be a tough pill to swallow.
"But you can also use it as motivation. We're going back to Anaheim, and we're in a heck of a series now. There's no time to dwell on anything."