Devils goalie Johan Hedberg says the team must stay positive to get out of its three-game losing streak.

"You have to. No one is feeling sorry for us. We're the only ones that can change it," Hedberg said tonight after a 3-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets. "If we keep doing what we were doing a lot of the time tonight, we're going to get it. It's funny. When things are going your way, the puck finds a way in. When they don't, it doesn't.

"It's going to change. We just have to battle hard and work as hard as we can. Our luck is going to turn for us."

It was a pair of goals from Andrew Ladd that made the difference in this one. Ladd's first came eight seconds into the game, the fastest goal ever scored against the Devils at the start of a game.

“That was a quick start. They got that bounce there and it was 1-0 from the start,” Hedberg said. “We kept battling. It was a tight game.”

It was, in fact, 1-1, until Ladd scored again at 11:59 of the third period. Hedberg went to play Dustin Byfuglien at the right post, the Winnipeg defenseman kept going behind the net and tried to wrap it around the left post.