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Winnipeg Jets 3 New Jersey Devils 0 One of the things the Jets talked about during training camp was their desire and need to be a tougher team to play against, tonight they were.
. This win snapped a three game losing skid and evened their home record and 2-2 and their season record at 3-3. Meanwhile the Devils remain winless in six games, at 0-3-3. Goaltender Al Montoya played his first game of the season and made 24 saves for the shutout, the fourth of his career and second with the Jets (1-0 in Ottawa last year). This was not an easy win, but certain stats will explain why they were able to pull it off. They were 5/5 on the penalty kill, including a lengthy Devils 5-on-3 early in the second period. The Jets blocked 19 shots, they had 31 hits (Zach Bogosian lead the way with seven, Evander Kane five), they had 35 shots (Kane eight for the most on the team) and won many key face-offs Jim Slater on the top of the list winning 12 of 19 for a 63% success rate. Bryan Little won 11 of 19. This was really a 1-0 game. Kane scored early in the second right after the 5 on 3 kill, and the game stayed that way until 19:03 of the third when Kane scored into an empty net. Twenty seconds later Andrew Ladd put in a loose puck to make it a 3-0 final. Kane now has three goals on the year, as does Ladd. Michael Frolik assisted on the last two goals of the game, while Olli Jokinen assisted on the empty netter, giving him 700 career points as that was his 400th assist to go along with 300 goals. Toby Enstrom had his point streak snapped, as did the power play unit as a whole that had scored in every game. Jacob Trouba was again terrific in establishing a new career high for ice time at 26:36 including 5:11 of penalty kill time. Dustin Byfuglien was next at 25:36, was a force and had the hit of the night on Peter Harrold. "This is more like the team we thought we had," said Jets head coach Claude Noel. "The compete level was very high. (There was) a lot of good play from a lot of players. We played with a purpose. A full 60 minutes and proved to ourselves we can win the 1-0 games." Noel also had comments about his backup goaltender, who was great in the starting position tonight. "Not an easy role for him to play," said Noel, when asked if there is a goaltending controversy. "He was good, he helped out. There was a lot of size in front of him and he had to fight for pucks. Ill leave it up to you guys if you want to create one." The home stand continues Tuesday against Montreal (TSN Jets, TSN 1290) and there was plenty of post-game debate as to which goaltender should start. Head coach Noel also gave his thoughts on Trouba. "Hes a very good player for us right now. He plays with poise, shakes off mistakes." Coach Noel juggled his lines prior to the game with Kane joining Little and Blake Wheeler on one line, Ladd on the left side with Mark Scheifele and Frolik, Eric Tangradi with Jokinen and Devin Setoguchi. The Slater line remained intact with James Wright and Matt Halischuk. As the game headed into the third period, Noel did shorten his bench with Slater moving up with Ladd and Frolik. Paul Postma was back in the lineup with Grant Clitsome coming out. "It would be a start to stay with the same lines but we just played better. A lot of positives in the game."
.ca! Hi Kerry, The recent issues in the Boston-Pittsburgh game have highlighted a number of officiating, game control, and player sportsmanship aspects.
. This is the final meeting of the season between these teams.? The Capitals were 5-4 winners in a shootout Oct.
. The Montreal Alouettes announced Tuesday that they have acquired the return specialist from Calgary, as well as the Stampeders fifth-round draft pick in the 2014 CFL Canadian Draft.ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - IceDogs goaltender Brent Moran stopped 35 shots as Niagara topped Saginaw 4-2 in Ontario Hockey League action on Friday. Vince Dunn, Eric Ming, and Graham Knott each had a goal and an assist for the IceDogs (18-27-7), and Aaron Haydon added the other Niagara goal. Justin Sefton and Kristoff Kontos had goals for Saginaw (25-23-5), while Eric Locke picked up two assists. Spirit goalie Nikita Serebryajov made 31 saves in the loss. --- FRONTENACS 7 PETES 6 (SO) PETERBOROUGH, Ont. Spencer Watson scored in regulation and again in a shootout to lift the visiting Frontenacs over the Petes. Henri Ikonen scored twice for Kingston (28-19-4), Sam Bennett had a goal and three assists, Corey Pawley had a goal and one assist, and Ryan Verbeek also scored. Watson picked up two assists as well. Nick Ritchie scored five goals and added one assist for the Petes (24-22-5), while Eric Cornel scored one and assisted on five more. Kingstons Matt Mahalak made 24 saves, while Peterboroughs Jason Da Silva stopped 44 shots in the loss. --- WHALERS 5 GREYHOUNDS 1 PLYMOUTH, Mich. Ryan Hartman and Connor Chatham scored two goals apiece as the Whalers toppled Sault Ste. Marie. Cullen Mercer also scored for the Whalers (19-27-5). Sergey Tolchinsky replied for the West division-leading Greyhounds (35-14-5), who have now dropped three straight. Alex Nedeljkovic made 34 saves for the win. Sault Ste. Maries Brandon Halverson turned away 23 shots in defeat. --- STORM 7 BULLS 4 GUELPH, Ont. Brock McGinn scored his 34th and 35th goals of the season to lift the Storm over Belleville. Matt Finn and Robby Fabbri each had a goal and two assists for Guelph (41-9-3), Kerby Rychel had a goal and an assist, and Zac Leslie and Stephen Pierog scored singles. Remie Elie had a goal and assist for the Bulls (14-33-4), and Jake Marchment, Michael Cramarossa, and Cameron Brace also scored. Justin Nichols made 27 saves for Guelph. Bellevilles Michael Giugovaz stoopped 23 shots in the loss.
. --- GENERALS 3 RANGERS 2 KITCHENER, Ont. Dylan Smoskowitz scored two goals and assisted on another as Oshawa edged Kitchener. Cole Cassels had the other goal for Oshawa (33-15-5). He also added one assist. Mason Kohn and Matia Marcantuoni supplied the offence for the Rangers (17-32-2). Kitcheners Matthew Greenfield stopped 26 shots while his Oshawa counterpart, Ken Appleby, picked up the victory with 30 saves. --- KNIGHTS 7 ATTACK 3 LONDON, Ont. Bo Horvat and Chris Tierney each scored twice and added one assist apiece to lead the Knights over Owen Sound. Max Domi had a goal and two assists for London (35-11-5), who outshot Owen Sound 46-19. Gemel Smith and Tim Bender also scored. Kyle Platzer scored twice for Owen Sound (23-22-6), and Ethan Szypula had a goal and an assist. Attack goalie Jack Finn made 39 saves in the loss, while Londons Jake Patterson stopped 16 shots for the win. --- STEELHEADS 3 SPITFIRES 2 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. The Mississauga Steelheads did all their scoring on the power play to end the Windsor Spitfires seven-game winning streak. Jared Walsh, Andrew Goldberg, and Brett Foy scored for the Steelheads (20-29-4), while Bryson Ciafrone assisted on all three goals. The Spitfires (32-18-2) got goals from Trevor Murphy and Sam Povorozniouk, who also added an assist. Mississaugas Spencer Martin made 27 saves for the win. Windsors Alex Fotinos stopped 24 of 27 shots. --- 67s 7 STING 2 OTTAWA Ryan Van Stralen scored two goals, and Erik Bradford had a goal and three assists to lead the 67s over Sarnia. Travis Konecny and Dante Salituro had a goal and two assists apiece, Brendan Bell had one goal and one assist, and Jonathan Duchesne also scored for Ottawa (18-29-4). Hayden Hodgson and Brandon Lindberg recorded goals for the Sting (15-31-6). Ottawas Philippe Trudeau stopped 35 shots for the win, while Sarnias Taylor Dupuis turned aside 34 to pick up the loss.
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