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Winnipeg keeps pouring it on its opponents

Messagepar Winnipeg » 12 Avr 2016, 10:37

The Jets kept pouring on the goals last night against the Senators. They destroyed their opponent by a score of 7 to 1. In the win, the Jets not only dominated the score, but the whole game. They doubled the Sens shot total (35 to 18), even completely shutting down the Ottawa offense, not allowing a single shot on goal in the 3rd period. A team usually very disciplined, Ottawa finished the game with 15 penalty minutes, permitting the Jets to convert 2 of their 5 power plays into goals. Winnipeg dominated 43-24 in the checking department and got 5 minutes more in puck control through the game.

It was the Jets' 6th win in a row. In that sequence, they have score an impressive total of 38 goals and only allowing 11. This is a total contrast in comparison to the previous 27 games in which they had only won 5 games. Can this turnaround only be a result of the acquisition of Kris Miller at the trade deadline? Rest assured, the results are impressive for the team as Miller has cumulated a 6-2-1 record with a 2.54 GAA and a .905 save percentage since coming to Winnipeg.

The Jets are now alone in the 6th and last playoff spot. They will keep fighting with Vermont for the last playoff spot in the Morin Conference. It will be a great race until the end of the season!
Steff
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