In-Game Notes: Oct. 22 vs. St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues at Winnipeg Jets

Monday, Oct. 22 — Bell MTS Place

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

Scoring Summary
St. Louis Blues 2 1 1 0 4
Winnipeg Jets 1 0 3 1 5
Shots By Period
St. Louis Blues 18 7 5 4 34
Winnipeg Jets 6 10 17 3 36
Special Teams
St. Louis Blues 1/4 9 4/5 2 12
Winnipeg Jets 1/5 7 3/4 0 21

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
1 :47 STL Ryan O’Reilly (2) David Perron (4) Vince Dunn (1) EV 1-0
Vince Dunn sent a stretch pass from behind his own net to David Perron at the Jets blueline. Perron moved into the Jets zone and sent a pass across to a streaking Ryan O’Reilly in the slot. O’Reilly took the puck from his forehand to his backhand before lifting it over the glove of Connor Hellebuyck and in.
1 10:57 STL Colton Parayko (2) Unassisted EV 2-0
Colton Parayko held in a Jets clearing attempt at the right point and fired a slap shot along the ice that deflected off the skate of Joe Morrow and beat Connor Hellebuyck.
1 12:07 WPG Mark Scheifele (3) Unassisted PP 2-1
While on the power play, Mark Scheifele took the puck behind the Blues net and attempted to pass the puck in front but it bounced off the skate of Jay Bouwmeester, through the legs of Jake Allen, and in.
2 9:30 STL Vince Dunn (3) Patrick Maroon (5) Ryan O’Reilly (7) PP 3-1
While on the power play, Ryan O’Reilly fed Patrick Maroon at the side of the Jets net.  Maroon spun and shot the puck far side that was stopped by Hellebuyck, but the rebound bounced to Vince Dunn in the left circle who fired it just under the bar and in.
3 1:00 WPG Ben Chiarot (2) Mark Scheifele (4) EV 3-2
Ben Chiarot held the puck in at the right point then sent a wrist shot towards the Blues net that beat a screened Jake Allen over the blocker and in.
3 3:56 WPG Mark Scheifele (4) Ben Chiarot (1) EV 3-3
Mark Scheifele won the draw back to Ben Chiarot who moved down the right side and let a shot go from the right circle that was saved by Jake Allen but the rebound bounced to the top of the crease where Mark Scheifele knocked it in.
3 5:11 STL David Perron (5) Zachary Sanford (1) Ryan O’Reilly (8) EV 4-3
Ryan O’Reilly stripped the puck from Joe Morrow just inside the Jets blueline, passed across to Zachary Sanford, who one-touched a pass to David Perron in the slot who snapped a shot off the left post and in.
3 18:20 WPG Bryan Little (3) Dustin Byfuglien (4) Blake Wheeler (5) EV 4-4
With the Jets net empty, Dustin Byfuglien snapped a shot that redirected off a stick, hit Jake Allen’s pad and sat at the top of the crease where Bryan Little knocked it in.
OT 2:54 WPG Jacob Trouba (1) Kyle Connor (4) Mark Scheifele (4) EV 5-4
Mark Schefiele circled behind the Blues net, sent a pass to Kyle Connor in the left circle. Connor slapped a pass to Jacob Trouba at the right of the crease who knocked it past Jake Allen and in.
Jets Notes
  • Are now 6-for-15 on the power play during the homestand after going 1-for-5 tonight and have scored a power play in all five games of the homestand.
  • Winnipeg improves to 4-0-1 on their current six-game homestand and 6-2-1 overall on the season.  It’s the third consecutive win for the Jets.
  • With the win, the Jets have now earned a point in 15 consecutive home games dating back to last season (14-0-1).
  • Winnipeg outshot St. Louis 36-34 and had nine players register multi-shot nights.
Player Notes

Dustin Byfuglien

  • Played a game-high 28:24.

Bryan Little

  • Tied for the team-lead with five shots.

Adam Lowry

  • Led the Jets with five hits tonight.

Mark Scheifele

  • Finished the night with three points (2G, 2A).  It’s his second multi-point game of the season.
  • His first period goal was a power play goal. Two of his four goals this season have been power play goals.
  • Tied for the team-lead with five shots.

Ben Chiarot

  • Scored his second goal of the season and added an assist to register his first multi-point game of the season and third of his career.

Jacob Trouba

  • Scored his first goal of the season in overtime tonight.  It’s the fifth game-winning goal of Trouba’s career.

Kyle Connor

  • Registered his fourth assist of the season and is tied with Mark Scheifele for the team-lead with eight points.

Blake Wheeler

  • Registered an assist tonight and now has points in each of his last three games (1G, 2A).