TAMPA | Maple Leafs players looked disheartened when they arrived at a room reserved for journalists at the Amali Arena to express their views.
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In fact, they knew they had missed the opportunity to come home with the chance to remove the lightning. Chance not to fall often against current two-time Stanley Cup champions over the past two years.
“It’s frustrating. We worked very hard to keep ourselves in this beneficial position of recognizing Jake Mujin. We knew they would come out strong. We were not ready.”
“It simply came to our notice then. We were on our heels all evening, for his part, analyzed by John Tavares. We played better in the third period. We want to give a better performance, but also prepare for the next game. ⁇
Campbell blamed himself
Naturally, the leaves are far from trouble. Sheldon Keefe insisted on remembering this when speaking.
“We came here with the goal of splitting the two matches. At the time, it was three to five with two games at home. It’s now two-thirds with two home games, ”said the Maple Leafs coach.
“We can talk about a fruitful journey,” he added, a philosopher in his spare time.
To prevent the situation from turning against him and his teammates, Jack Campbell must not be discouraged by this poor performance. It is imperative that he gets his feet back quickly.
“I have to look in the mirror, find out what went wrong and be ready to make great strides in the next game” …