In-Game Notes: Oct. 14 vs. Carolina Hurricanes

Carolina Hurricanes at Winnipeg Jets

Sunday, Oct. 14 — Bell MTS Place

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First Period: Game Summary | Event Summary
Second Period: Game Summary | Event Summary

Scoring Summary
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2
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F
Carolina Hurricanes 0 0 1 1
Winnipeg Jets 0 0 3 3
Shots By Period
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Carolina Hurricanes 18 14 11 43
Winnipeg Jets 6 13 7 26
Special Teams
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PPS
PK
SHS
PIM
Carolina Hurricanes 0/2 7 1/2 0 4
Winnipeg Jets 1/2 1 2/2 1 4

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
3 4:14 WPG Patrik Laine (2) Blake Wheeler (3) Josh Morrissey (3) PP 1-0
While on the power play, Josh Morrissey fired a shot that missed the net, but the rebound bounced to Blake Wheeler in the right circle. Wheeler quickly fed a pass across to Patrik Laine at the left face-off dot and he one-timed a slap shot past Petr Mrazek and in.
3 7:53 CAR Micheal Ferland (3) Dougie Hamilton (3) Sebastian Aho (7) EV 1-1
Dougie Hamilton took a pass from Sebastian Aho in the slot and sent a backhand toward the net that was stopped by Laurent Broissoit, but the puck bounced in the crease where Micheal Ferland knocked it in.
3 17:51 WPG Bryan Little (1) Josh Morrissey (4) EV 2-1
Josh Morrissey carried the puck into the Carolina zone down the left side before sliding a pass across to Bryan Little in the slot who wrested a shot over the glove of Mrazek and in.
3 19:59 WPG Kyle Connor (4) Unassisted EV/EN 3-1
With the Hurricane’s net empty, Kyle Connor picked up the loose puck at centre ice and fired it into the empty net.
Jets Notes
  • Patrik Laine scored in the third period, giving the Jets their first goal in 133:53, dating back to Kyle Connor’s game winner at 10:21 of the second period on Oct. 9 vs. LAK.
  • The Jets were out shot 43-26.  The 43 shots against is a season-high.
  • Winnipeg was 1-for-2 on the power play tonight, scoring on their only shot with the man-advantage.
Player Notes

Laurent Brossoit

  • Made 42 saves and recorded the win in his Jets debut.  The 42 saves were the most Brossoit has made in a game since making 49 saves against the San Jose Sharks in his NHL debut April 9, 2015 (L 3-1)

Bryan Little

  • Scored his first goal of the season tonight with the game-winner at 17:51 of the third period.  It’s the 27th GWG of Little’s career.

Adam Lowry

  • Led the Jets with six hits.

Josh Morrissey

  • Had a pair of assists and now leads the team with four assists.

Jack Roslovic

  • Went a perfect 3-for-3 in the faceoff circle tonight.

Kyle Connor

  • Scored his team-leading fourth goal of the season.

Patrik Laine

  • Scored his second goal of the season tonight.  Both of Laine’s goals have been power play goals.  Laine led the NHL with 20 power play goals last season.