This photo by Swikar Patel probably sums up how many Komets fans were feeling this weekend, after the Komets lost 2-1 to Toledo on Saturday and 5-0 to Evansville tonight.
The Komets' biggest problem has been their special-teams play. Tonight, they gave up three power-play goals (I know, one of them came a split second after the power play ended) and two short-handed goals.
The Komets' power play is 0 for its last 20 through 13 periods.
That's just awful for a team that was on a five-game winning streak not long ago, and is now on a three-game losing streak.
And the Komets got awsome goaltending this weekend from Kenny Reiter and Charlie Effinger; what if that hadn't happened?
I know the Komets are missing a lot of guys, but it doesn't explain this, necessarily. Having Matt Kennedy and Eric Giosa wouldn't solve all of the problems with the skilled forwards.
"It was a frustrating game for us," Komets coach Al Sims said, "and an embarrassing loss, obviously."
There's not a whole lot that can be said.
If you want to see the rest of Patel's photos, click here.