Ryan Getzlaf has been a winner throughout his hockey career.
He has a World Junior gold medal, two Olympic golds and a Stanley Cup ring, so you can understand why he’d be frustrated with Anaheim’s lack of winning this season.
The Ducks captain wasn’t pleased with his team’s overall effort after Friday’s 5-1 loss, on home ice, to the Carolina Hurricanes, and he let everyone know it after the game.
“I call it not being a pro,” said Getzlaf, per the OC Register. “We had four days off. We should have expected to come out and play one of our best games of the year and we didn’t. You have to be able to use those breaks and use them the right way and show up to play come game time. I didn’t think we did a very good job of that tonight.”
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