Winnipeg Jets give a lacklustre performance
And it all came true, unfortunately for the Jets. When they took to the ice against the Kings, their game from the first period was lacking and they didn’t put up much of a fight against the Kings. They lost the match 4-2.
Maurice was clearly upset with how they had lost the match and said that even during practice the team was lifeless and he was disappointed how they had fared on the ice.
“We talk about this to the end of days — routines,” said Maurice. “What’s your morning skate supposed to look like? All those things. We have to work every day. We have to do the right things every day.”
Things haven’t been going well for the Jets lately and that is not because of luck but their own bad gameplay. They have failed to succeed in many situation this season not because of some taboo but because they didn’t have a good enough game to go up against their opponents.
Jets captain Andrew Ladd said that they needed to prepare better for the coming games to get a solid ground for postseason.
“It’s something we need to get better at in terms of preparation and what it takes to make sure you’re ready to go between games or the morning of or what not so you’re ready at the drop of the puck,” captain Andrew Ladd said.