The Florida Panthers were not happy on Saturday afternoon and, well, can you blame them?
The Panthers find themselves in a 2-1 series hole after losing Game 3 to the Washington Capitals 6-1 on Saturday.
Florida can even things up with a win Monday night.
In the postgame, coach Andrew Brunette said he hoped his team would be angry with their performance in the game, one in which they held a 1-0 lead early on a Jonathan Huberdeau goal before Washington opened things up in the second and third.
Florida, whose power play ranked fifth in the league during the regular season, is 0-9 in this series.
Brunette, Huberdeau and Brandon Montour addressed the media following the game.
NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS
PANTHERS V. CAPITALS (WSH leads 2-1)
- Game 4: Monday, 7 p.m.
- Where: Capital One Arena, Washington D.C.
- TV/Streaming: Bally Sports Florida, TBS
- Radio: WQAM 560 (Miami/Fort Lauderdale); WMEN 640 (Palm Beach); WCTH 100.3 (Florida Keys); SiriusXM
- Tickets: CLICK HERE
PANTHERS V. CAPITALS
- Regular season series — Florida won 2-1: @Florida 5, Washington 4 OT (Nov. 4); @Washington 4, Panthers 3 (Nov. 26); @Florida 5, Washington 4 (Nov. 30)
- All-time regular season series: Capitals lead 67-44-11, 9 ties
- Playoff history: First meeting
- First-round schedule — Game 1: Washington 4, @Florida 2; Game 2: @Florida 5, Washington 1; Game 3: @Washington 6, Florida 1; Game 4: Florida at Washington, Monday, 7 (TBS/BSF); Game 5: Washington at Florida, Wednesday, 7:30 (ESPN2/BSF); Game 6*: Florida at Washington, Friday; Game 7: Washington at Florida, May 15. *If necessary