Jets have little to be happy about in OT loss

Matt Hendricks (left) of the Predators skates against former Predator Matt Halischuk of the Jets...

Matt Hendricks (left) of the Predators skates against former Predator Matt Halischuk of the Jets during NHL action in Nashville on Oct. 24, 2013. (Frederick Breedon/Getty Images/AFP)

TED WYMAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:08 PM ET

DALLAS - It’s a good sign that members of the Winnipeg Jets were not at all satisfied with gaining a point in Thursday’s loss to the Nashville Predators.

What’s to be happy about? They lost their third straight game, although they did gain a point for the second time in that span.

Two out of a possible six points, while the other team takes six, is not what you’d call a recipe for success.

Truth is there were a lot of positives in the loss to Nashville: A good start, decent effort throughout, a first career goal by winger Anthony Peluso and a late tying goal.

But it seems the Jets are tired of grabbing snippets of their game to write home about.

In the big picture, a loss is a loss and a 4-5-2 record after 11 games is disappointing.

“I don’t take any positive,” a seething Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec said. “If we’re going to tell ourselves, oh, we played good for one period, we can build on it? No. At the end of the day, we needed the two points. That’s what


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