If you’re a concerned Lightning fan, you’ve got company.

It’s frustrating to players and coaches that Tampa Bay, a preseason Stanley Cup favorite, is playing mediocre hockey as the calendar flips to December. So you can imagine how the struggles are sitting with the Hall of Fame player who built the team.

“I can’t say, if I look at it all together, that I’m really pleased with where we’re at at this point,” general manager Steve Yzerman said Friday. “The intensity, the urgency in our play hasn’t been there.”

The Lightning (13-11-1) has lost a season-high four consecutive games heading into tonight’s game against the Capitals at Amalie Arena. It has collected just two points in the past 10 days, dropping Tampa Bay to the second wild card spot in the Eastern Conference.

But don’t expect significant changes from Yzerman. As much as he is constantly looking to improve his team — and recognizes it has needs — trades are difficult to make in a salary cap world. You need a partner. And Yzerman insisted he won’t make a move just to “shake things up.”

“If there’s an opportunity to make us a better team, I’m certainly willing to explore it,” Yzerman said. “But I like our team. I like the character of our players. We’re very careful of the type of person we bring in and which players we move out. That isn’t going to change.”