Tyler Seguin is getting sick and tired of his team losing games.
The Dallas Stars lost their third straight game on Tuesday, dropping a 3-1 contest against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Stars are mired in a slump and are just 3-5-2 over their last 10 games.
With the Stars now seven points out of a wild-card spot, the team's most productive forward is hoping for change as time runs out on the season.
"I'm just so sick of talking about it," Seguin told Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News. "We have to look in the mirror, dig deeper, we have to all be professionals and try to get out of this together. "
This season is a far cry from the solid campaign the Stars put together last year. The Stars captured the Central Division title and advanced to the second round of the playoffs, but are now in danger of missing the playoffs completely.
For his part, Seguin has 51 points in 54 games and scored his team's lone goal last night, his 20th of the season.
They will have to dig deep, as four of their next five games are on the road, where the club sports a 7-14-4 record.