The Los Angeles Kings had one of their most brutal losses in some time on Tuesday night, blowing a two-goal lead to the Buffalo Sabres and watching them sprint to a 6-3 win, to start a seven-game road trip on the very wrong foot.
This did not please Jeff Carter.
“It was just terrible hockey,” he said, via LA Kings Insider. “It’s everybody. It’s top to bottom. It’s unacceptable. You don’t make playoffs winning at home and then going on the road and [messing] the bed.”
Only he didn’t say “messing…”
Carter scored his 13th and 14th goals in the loss, remaining the only Kings player to reach double-digits in goals and to crack the 20-point mark on the season. He put it on the line after the game in Buffalo, calling out this collection of players – many of whom are seeking their third Stanley Cup ring – for being fragile.
We’re fragile. We’re a fragile team. You get one bad bounce against you…You know, they’ve got good players over there. They’re going to have shiftsRead More »from Jeff Carter calls Kings ‘fragile, terrible’ team after Sabres loss