Any storm surge celebration plans were thrown out the window quickly Friday night.
Theallowed four first-period goals en route to an 8-1 shellacking at the hands of the , and it’s safe to say captain was less than impressed with his team’s performance.
“We haven’t had one of those this year,” Williams said, according to. “That was not us.”
With the second game of a back-to-back on the docket for Saturday night, journeyman netminderwas on the hook for all eight goals Friday.
“(It’s) totally inexcusable and something quite frankly we’re all ashamed of,” Williams said, who was minus-4 in the contest. “Chance after chance after chance, we all owe him an apology for that.”
McElhinney is in the midst of a career year at age 35, but was routinely hung out to dry against the Jets.
“We didn’t have anything going,” defensemansaid. “I don’t think there was one part of our game that was any good. We made it very easy for them.”
Despite the loss, the Hurricanes are still holding onto a wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference, but things don’t get any easier with a matchup against theon Saturday.
“We need every point we can get,” Faulk said. “We come out like that, we’re not going to get any points.”
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