Post-Game Notes: Jan. 12 vs. Nashville Predators

Nashville Predators at Winnipeg Jets

Sunday, Jan. 12 — Bell MTS Place

Game Links

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

Scoring Summary
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Nashville Predators 1 0 0 1
Winnipeg Jets 0 0 0 0
Shots By Period
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Nashville Predators 15 9 8 32
Winnipeg Jets 7 11 10 28
Special Teams
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PK
SHS
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Nashville Predators 0/1 3 2/2 0 4
Winnipeg Jets 0/2 3 1/1 1 2

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
PER TIME TEAM GOAL SCORER PRIMARY ASSIST SECONDARY ASSIST STR SCORE
1 11:53 NSH Turris (6) Trenin (4) EV 1-0 NSH
Yakov Trenin slipped below the left hashmark and passed across the slot to Kyle Turris. Turris buried a quick shot low glove on Connor Hellebuyck.

Jets Notes

  • Are now 9-10-2 at Bell MTS Place this season.
  • Fell to 6-2-1 in afternoon games this season, and 3-1-0 at Bell MTS Place.  The six wins tie a franchise record set in 2002-03 and 2016-17.
  • Second 1-0 final of the season.  Previous came on 10/20 vs. Edmonton (1-0 shootout win).
  • 38th 1-0 final in franchise history (now 27-10-1 all-time in 1-0 games).
  • Out hit Nashville 30-17 with 10 skaters registering at least one hit.
  • Held the opposition to three goals or less for a 29th time in 46 games this season.  Also held the opposition to two goals or less for a 19th time.
  • Won 31-of-57 face offs (54%).
  • Whistled for just two penalty minutes on one infraction.  30th time in 46 games this season the Jets have taken six penalty minutes or less.
  • Had won previous four meetings with Nashville.

Player Notes

Neal Pionk

  • Led the Jets with six hits, one shy of his season-high (12/31 at Colorado)
  • Had four shots, blocked two shots, and logged 25:08 of ice time.

Adam Lowry

  • Was 8-for-12 on face offs.
  • Had five hits.  Ninth game this season with five or more hits.

Nick Shore

  • Tied a season-high with three hits (accomplished three other times prior to Sunday).

Patrik Laine

  • Tied for the team lead with five shots on goal.

Josh Morrissey

  • Led the Jets in time on ice at 25:15.
  • Tied for the team lead with five shots on goal.

Mark Scheifele

  • Led all Jets forwards with 22:30 of ice time.
  • Won 13 of 23 face offs (57%).

Connor Hellebuyck

  • Stopped 31-of-32 shots on goal.  18th game this season with 30-plus saves.
  • Held the opposition to two goals or less for a 20th time in 38 games.  Also held the opposition to three goals or less for a 27th time.
  • Sixth career 1-0 decision (now 4-2-0).