Well, I guess it wasn't all bad. The Komets, and their worst-ranked power play in the ECHL, netted a goal with the man-advantage with six seconds remaining in the second period. Garrett Klotz had it.
But it came after the Toledo Walleye scored four goals and got 31 of the game's first 41 shots.
In fairness, the Komets are without a boatload of their offense because of injuries and call-ups. But this has been bad; I don't think Toledo is a particularly impressive team and it leads 4-1 after two periods.
The fans are getting antsy.