In-Game Notes: Oct. 20 vs. Edmonton Oilers

Edmonton Oilers at Winnipeg Jets

Sunday Oct. 20 — Bell MTS Place

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First Period: Game and Event Summary
Second Period: Game and Event Summary

Scoring Summary
1
2
3
OT
SO
F
Edmonton Oilers 0 0 0 0 0 0
Winnipeg Jets 0 0 0 0 1 1
Shots By Period
1
2
3
OT
F
Edmonton Oilers 7 8 9 4 28
Winnipeg Jets 2 9 10 2 23
Special Teams
PP
PPS
PK
SHS
PIM
Edmonton Oilers 0/2 2 4/4 0 8
Winnipeg Jets 0/4 10 2/2 0 4

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
SO WPG Connor (n/a)       1-0 WPG
On Winnipeg’s first attempt, Kyle Connor deked in front of the crease before wristing a forehand shot past Mike Smith’s blocker side.

Jets Notes

  • Improved to 2-3-0 at Bell MTS Place this season.
  • Are 3-0-0 this season in overtime/shootouts.
  • Finished with 11 takeaways compared to six by Edmonton.
  • Posted first shutout victory of 2019-20.  Last regular season shutout came on Mar. 23/19 in a 5-0 win vs. Nashville.
  • 27th 1-0 victory in franchise history, and the first since Dec. 22/18 at Vancouver.
  • Was also just the second 1-0 shootout victory in franchise history and only the sixth time a 0-0 game went to overtime.  The Jets beat the New York Rangers in a 1-0 shootout on the road on Nov. 1/14.
  • Took just two penalties and have been whistled for two penalties or less in nine of 10 games this season.  Entering Sunday, the Jets averaged the fewest penalty minutes per game in the NHL at 3.8.
  • Head coach Paul Maurice notched his 700th NHL victory.  Maurice is just the seventh coach in NHL history to reach the milestone.

Player Notes

Bryan Little

  • Made his 2019-20 regular season debut.
  • Registered two shots, a hit, and two blocked shots.

Josh Morrissey

  • Led the Jets in time on ice at 26:24.

Gabriel Bourque

  • Tied for the team lead with three hits.

Mark Scheifele

  • Led all Jets forwards in time on ice at 25:07.
  • Finished 10-for-16 on face-offs and led the team with four shots on goal.

Connor Hellebuyck

  • Saved 28 shots in 14th career shutout and first of 2019-20.
  • First career shutout in overtime/shootout.
  • Second career shutout against Edmonton.
  • Stopped attempts from Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Connor McDavid during the shootout.

Neal Pionk

  • Logged 24:25 of ice time.
  • Tied for the team lead with three hits, while blocking three shots.