The New Jersey Devils haven’t been able to get a W so far in the 2013 NHL season. They currently sit at 0-4-3 due to a loss to the Ottawa Senators Thursday night, 2-5.
According to ESPN.com, members of the Devils are obviously frustrated, but they keep having a positive attitude.
“It’s never easy,” Devils coach Peter DeBoer said. “We didn’t quit. We dug in and tried to battle out of the hole.”
The Devils had a number of great chances in the second, but couldn’t get anything past Anderson.
“He’s a good goalie and maybe a little puck luck here and there and a few go in,” center Ryan Carter said. “He’s a big guy and he covered a lot of space on the ice and when we did find a way to get it up, it felt like we were pounding it on the pad all night. It’s unfortunate.”
The New Jersey Devils will have their next opportunity to get a win when they take on the New York Rangers at home on Saturday night. Despite having no wins, they are not even in last place in the Metropolitan division. New Jersey is in 7th place, one spot ahead of the last place Flyers, who are 1-7-0.