Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 01/08/14 at 10:15 AM ET
from Kirk Penton of the Winnipeg Sun,
... instead of firing shot after shot after shot at the goaltender with one of the league’s worst save percentages, the Jets mustered only nine shots on goal through two periods and their only goals were courtesy of the power play. They ended up with a season low 14 shots.
The result was a 4-2 loss, a chorus of boos from the crowd as time expired and numerous Jets afterwards calling their team’s effort “embarrassing.”...
“They paid for their tickets,” Pavelec said. “They can do whatever they want, and we got what we deserved.”...
Pavelec actually felt bad for Jets fans.
“Tonight I did,” he said. “You can lose, but at least you have to show up. The fans want to see you play hard, and we just didn’t today. It’s disappointing, that’s for sure.”
Pavelec wasn’t done there.
“We have a day off tomorrow,” he said. “Actually, we had a day off today, so we had two days off.”
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