Post-Game Notes: Nov. 8 vs. Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver Canucks at Winnipeg Jets

Friday, Nov. 8 — Bell MTS Place

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

Scoring Summary
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2
3
OT
F
Vancouver Canucks 0 1 0   1
Winnipeg Jets 0 2 2   4
Shots By Period
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OT
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Vancouver Canucks 13 9 10   32
Winnipeg Jets 9 19 7   35
Special Teams
PP
PPS
PK
SHS
PIM
Vancouver Canucks 0/2 2 2/3 1 6
Winnipeg Jets 1/3 8 2/2 0 4

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
2 6:53 VAN Miller (8) Stetcher (3) Boeser (10) EV 1-0 VAN
From the top of the right circle, Troy Stetcher’s hard pass to the edge of the crease was tipped by JT Miller past Connor Hellebuyck’s right skate.
2 11:54 WPG Roslovic (3) Wheeler (4) Pionk (8) PP 1-1
Jack Roslovic cut through the left circle and into the low slot before taking a wrist shot. After Thatcher Demko made a left pad save, Roslovic collected the rebound and fired past Demko’s glove side.
2 17:54 WPG Scheifele (6) Connor (7) Poolman (2) EV 2-1 WPG
Kyle Connor took a wrist shot from inside the right circle that Thatcher Demko stopped with his right pad. Mark Scheifele recovered the rebound and dragged the puck to his right before firing it behind Demko.
3 13:35 WPG Connor (6)     EV 3-1 WPG
Kyle Connor won a race to a loose puck at centre ice before entering the offensive zone on a breakaway. Connor buried the puck with a snapshot under the top left corner of the net.
3 18:15 WPG Lowry (1) Copp (3) Perreault (2) EN 4-1 WPG
Adam Lowry took a cross-crease pass from Andrew Copp before tapping the puck into an empty net.

Jets Notes

  • Improved to 3-4-1 at Bell MTS Place this season.
  • Outshot Vancouver 26-19 over the final two periods.
  • 19 shots during the second period are the second-most in a frame by the Jets this season.  Winnipeg had 20 shots during the second period on Oct. 3 at the New York Rangers.
  • Tonight marked the fourth scoreless opening period for the Jets and their opponent this season (Oct. 6 at New York Islanders, Oct. 20 vs. Edmonton, and Oct. 26 vs. Calgary).
  • Had nine takeaways compared to five by Vancouver.
  • Improved to 4-0-0 this season when leading after two periods.
  • Have points in four consecutive games, and have gained nine points in their last six.
  • Have won nine consecutive games against Vancouver, as well as seven straight against the Canucks at Bell MTS Place.

Player Notes

Neal Pionk

  • Led the Jets in time on ice at 23:20.
  • Collected an assist and has five points in his last nine games.
  • Tied for second on the team with four shots on goal.

Luca Sbisa

  • Led the Jets with three blocked shots while registering two hits.

Adam Lowry

  • Scored first goal of the season while finishing tied for second on the team with four shots on goal.
  • Won a team-high nine face-offs.

Patrik Laine

  • Led the Jets with five shots on goal while finishing +1.

Josh Morrissey

  • Second on the team in time on ice at 21:25.
  • Finished plus-2 with three shots on goal.

Joona Luoto

  • Made his NHL debut, logging 8:43 of ice time.
  • Registered a hit and a takeaway.

Mark Scheifele

  • Led all Jets forwards in time on ice at 19:13.

Kyle Connor

  • Had a goal and an assist for third multi-point game of the season.
  • Has nine points in his last seven games.

Connor Hellebuyck

  • Stopped 32 of 33 (.970) shots in the winning effort.
  • Seventh game this season with 30 or more saves.
  • Has posted a save percentage of .920 or better in 10 of 13 games played this season.
  • Has allowed two goals or less in nine of 13 games played this season.