Jets' Maurice: 'We were all horses---' in loss to Canadiens
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Paul Maurice didn't mince words on Thursday following the Winnipeg Jets' 5-2 defeat at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens.

"We were all horseshit tonight," the Jets head coach told reporters postgame, according to the Winnipeg Free Press' Mike McIntyre.

"Coach was no good. Players were no good. Food was no good. I just hope the plane works," Maurice continued.

After Mark Scheifele opened the scoring for the Jets less than five minutes in, the Canadiens scored five unanswered goals, including a pair by Jonathan Drouin. Brendan Lemieux tallied in the final minute for Winnipeg with the game out of reach.

"We were a red robin from about five minutes into that game," Maurice said. "We had a goalie that was standing on his head and found a way to make a 5-2 score flattering."

The Canadiens outshot the Jets 53-34 in the contest.

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