In-Game Notes: Nov. 14 vs. Washington Capitals

Washington Capitals at Winnipeg Jets

Wednesday, Nov. 14 — Bell MTS Place

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Line Chart | Game LiveGame Summary | Event Summary | Play-By-Play
First Period: Game Summary | Event Summary
Second Period: Game Summary | Event Summary

Scoring Summary
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2
3
OT
F
Washington Capitals  1 0 0 1
Winnipeg Jets 0 1 2 3
Shots By Period
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OT
F
Washington Capitals 10 10 8 28
Winnipeg Jets 2 14 8 24
Special Teams
PP
PPS
PK
SHS
PIM
Washington Capitals 0/3 7 2/3 0 6
Winnipeg Jets 1/3 6 3/3 0 6

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
1 13:00 WSH Jakub Vrana (5) Madison Bowey (2) Dmitry Orlov (4) EV 1-0
Jakub Vrana took a pass from Madison Bowey at his own blueline, moved into the Jets zone, and snapped a shot from the top of the right circle over the shoulder of Connor Hellebuyck and in.
2 5:05 WPG Mark Scheifele (10) Kyle Connor (7) Blake Wheeler (21) PP 1-1
While on the power play, Blake Wheeler sent a pass down low to Kyle Connor ,who fed Mark Scheifele in the slot. Scheifele one-timed a shot blocker-side on Pheonix Copley and in.
3 12:51 WPG Ben Chiarot (3) Brandon Tanev (5) EV 2-1
Brandon Tanev passed to Ben Chiarot at the red line. Chiarot moved into the Capitals zone and let a wrist shot go that beat Pheonix Copley under the glove and in.
3 19:00 WPG Kyle Connor (8) Unassisted EV/EN 3-1
With the Capitals net empty, Kyle Connor gathered the loose puck and from his own blueline fired the puck into the empty net.
Jets Notes
  • Picked up their third consecutive win and improves to 11-5-1 overall and 8-2-1 at Bell MTS Place.  It’s the second time this season the Jets have had a three-game winning streak. (Oct. 18-22)
  • Went a perfect 3-for-3 tonight on the penalty kill and they haven’t allowed a power play goal in their last three games (10-for-10), and haven’t allowed a power play goal in four straight games at Bell MTS Place (11-for-11)
  • Were outshot 10-2 in the first period. It ties the two shots the Jets had in the second period Oct. 11 at NSH for the least amount of shots the Jets have had in a period this season.
Player Notes

Dustin Byfuglien

  • Led the Jets with 25:53 of ice time tonight.

Kyle Connor

  • Extended his point streak to three games with a goal and assist tonight. (2G, 2A)

Mark Scheifele

  • Extended his point streak to three games (4G, 3A) with his goal in the second period.
  • Extended his goal streak to three games (4G).

Blake Wheeler

  • Extended his point streak to 11 games (2G, 18A) with an assist in the second period, which matches his previous career-high of 11 games (Mar. 20 – Apr. 9, 2016)
  • Is just the second player in Jets/Thrashers history to record a double-digit point streak on multiple occasions.  The other: Ilya Kovalchuk (10GP from Dec. 10-28, 2009 and 10 GP from Dec. 27 – Jan. 15, 2008).

Ben Chiarot

  • Scored his third goal of the season tonight, which is a career-high.
  • Scored the first GWG of his career.

Adam Lowry

  • Led the Jets with four hits.  Lowry leads the Jets with 54 hits on the season.