The Devils fell (again) 2-1 to the Pittsburgh Penguins Monday night, increasing their most recent slide to three games and leaving them with just 18 points through 27 games. After the action stopped, captain Jamie Langenbrunner told the Star-Ledger's Rich Chere he believes a change is coming:
"I would hope so. I think we all know Lou [Lamoriello] well enough that something is going to happen," Langenbrunner said. "Deservedly so."
The captain expounded to say that doesn't mean the firing of rookie head coach John MacLean and that he hopes the move is made within the Devils' roster.
"Not at all. That's the furthest thing from it," Langenbrunner explained. "I would hope that he's not. That doesn't deserve to happen. It should be one of us."
Here's a look at the rest of the morning-after around the Web.
Chere writes that the Devils are currently concerned with just finding their game, not making the playoffs.
Tom Gulitti notes that another strong performance from Johan Hedberg went to waste.
Considering Langenbrunner's comments are so familiar, In Lou We Trust wonders if anyone is listening to the captain.
The site also breaks down the latest loss to the Pens.