Edmonton Oilers Goalie Calls Himself Out for 'Pathetic' Play

It hasn't been an ideal start to Jack Campbell's tenure as an Edmonton Oiler. The all-star netminder signed with the Oilers in the offseason after the Toronto Maple Leafs gave up on him and while everyone thought it was the perfect situation for 'Soup', so far, not so good.

Campbell, who was always good for a great quote in Toronto, has brought his honest personality with him to Edmonton, and recently had this to say about his game:

I just haven't brought my best. Frankly, it's just been pathetic the way I've been playing. I owe it to this team to bring my A-game, and they haven't seen it yet. Through it, over it, under it, I don't know how it went in but it went in and it's not good enough. I'm just going to keep working hard and I'm going to get through this and be there for the guys.

'Soup' signed a five-year deal worth $25 million last summer. The 30-year-old has posted a 3.91 goals against average and a .881 save percentage in seven appearances so far this season.

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