After a disheartening 4-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday, Edmonton Oilers coach Todd McLellan told reporters that he is concerned about the spirit of his team and that big changes could be on the way.
The Oilers sit last in the NHL standings with a record of 22-33-6 and have lost four in a row.
When asked how the team might be able to improve, McLellan said frankly, "maybe we get rid of some players."
In his first season behind Edmonton's bench, McLellan speculated that some of the players might be waiting for the trade deadline to come and go.
"Gotta get better or make, huge, huge changes" was how McLellan summed it up.
Click on the video above to hear his comments.