Michael Cammalleri admits to battling minor insomnia on nights where the Calgary Flames lose due to lack of offence.

Case in point: Calgary's 3-2 loss in the shootout to the Anaheim Ducks.

"Listen, if we win the hockey game, it's a lot easier to stomach," says Cammalleri, who came to Calgary on Jan. 31 with the rights to KHL goalie Karri Ramo and a fifth-round draft pick in a trade with Montreal for Rene Bourque, prospect Patrick Holland, and a second-round draft pick.

"I'm definitely confident the offence will come. It's something I've been able to do my whole life."