The Toronto Maple Leafs dropped another game last night, an important one against division rival Boston.
That's four in a row now for the Leafs and the team continues to struggle in certain areas and have just two regulation wins in their last 14 games.
One of general manager Kyle Dubas' big offseason acquisitions, Tyson Barrie, has yet to find his groove and was -1 again last night with just two shots on goal.
Barrie now sits at -6 in 21 games with no goals and five assists in a contract year.
The 28 year old defenseman isn't feeling too good about his start.
"It's obviously weighing on me a little bit. I've never really gone through a stretch like this in my career. You don't want to feel like you're letting your teammates down and the fans down."
"There's times where you feel kind of invincible and everything is going the right way [and then] I've had the complete opposite where it feels kind of hopeless. Definitely feel like I'm in a bit of [that] now."
What do you think of Barrie's comments?