In-Game Notes: Nov. 16 vs. Buffalo Sabres

Buffalo Sabres at Winnipeg Jets

Friday, Nov. 16 — Bell MTS Place

Game Links

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

Scoring Summary
1
2
3
OT
F
Buffalo Sabres  0 0 1 0 2
Winnipeg Jets 0 1 0 0 1
Shots By Period
1
2
3
OT
F
Buffalo Sabres 4 16 10 2 32
Winnipeg Jets 12 8 5 1 26
Special Teams
PP
PPS
PK
SHS
PIM
Buffalo Sabres 1/3 6 1/1 0 2
Winnipeg Jets 0/1 0 2/3 0 6

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
2 7:10 WPG Kyle Connor (9) Patrik Laine (3) Bryan Little (4) EV 1-0
Patrik Laine picked up the puck in his own zone and broke in 2-on-1 with Kyle Connor.  Laine moved down the right side before sliding the puck over to Kyle Connor in the left circle who snapped a shot past Carter Hutton and in.
3 :53 BUF Jeff Skinner (14) Jack Eichel (16) Rasmus Dahlin (7) EV 1-1
Jack Eichel took a shot from the left circle that was stopped by Laurent Brossoit.  Jeff Skinner gathered the rebound at the left of the crease and brought the puck to his backhand before lifting it over the glove of Brossoit and in.
SO BUF Conor Sheary 2-1
In the shootout, Conor Sheary began from the right side, moved into the slot before snapping a shot over the glove of Brossoit and in.
Jets Notes
  • The Jets fall to 11-5-2 on the season and 8-2-2 at home.
  • Had their three-game winning streak snapped.
  • Tonight was the first shootout of the season for the Jets.
Player Notes

Dustin Byfuglien

  • Led the Jets with 25:12 of ice time tonight.

Kyle Connor

  • Scored the lone goal of the game in the second period. He now has three goals in his last four games.
  • Extended his point streak to four games (2G, 2A).
  • Led the Jets with four shots.

Blake Wheeler

  • Had his 11-game point streak snapped.  Wheeler finished with 20 points (2G, 18A) during the streak.

Nic Petan

  • Played in his 100th career game tonight.

Laurent Brossoit

  • Stopped 31-of-32 shots in the loss.  It’s his first loss as a member of the Jets.
  • Has allowed just one goal against in three of his four starts this season.

Patrik Laine

  • Tied for the team-high with three hits.