Post-Game Notes: Feb. 16 vs. Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago Blackhawks at Winnipeg Jets

Sunday, Feb. 16 — Bell MTS Place

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Scoring Summary
Chicago Blackhawks 1 1 0 2
Winnipeg Jets 0 2 1 3
Shots By Period
Chicago Blackhawks 10 14 9 33
Winnipeg Jets 14 15 9 38
Special Teams
Chicago Blackhawks 0/0 0 0/0 0 0
Winnipeg Jets 0/0 0 0/0 0 0

(Updated following each period)

Goal Summary
1 15:44 CHI Carpenter (3) Kane (47) Maatta (12) EV 1-0 CHI
Patrick Kane carried the puck into the right corner and made a centering feed to the edge of the crease. Ryan Carpenter re-directed the puck over Connor Hellebuyck’s left shoulder.
2 6:38 WPG Appleton (4) Beaulieu (5) Harkins (4) EV 1-1
Nathan Beaulieu collected Jansen Harkins’ pass from the left corner and fired a wrist shot from the blue line. Beaulieu’s shot was then deflected in the slot by Mason Appleton, and past Corey Crawford high glove.
2 15:37 WPG Roslovic (12) Kulikov (7) Appleton (3) EV 2-1 WPG
From the left corner, Mason Appleton passed to Dmitry Kulikov at the point. Kulikov took a one-time shot that was re-directed in the slot by Jack Roslovic and through Corey Crawford’s five-hole.
2 19:07 CHI Kane (27) Toews (34) Kubalik (13) EV 2-2
Jonathan Toews collected a pass from Dominik Kubalik and skated through the slot. Toews swung the puck back into the right circle where Patrick Kane blasted a shot past Connor Hellebuyck’s glove side.
3 1:36 WPG Beaulieu (1) Laine (30) Kulikov (8) EV 3-2 WPG
Patrik Laine passed from the left point across to the blue line where Nathan Beaulieu blasted a one-timer that carried high over Corey Crawford’s left shoulder.

Jets Notes

  • Improved to 14-14-3 at Bell MTS Place this season.
  • Won for a 10th time this season when the opposition scores the opening goal.
  • Are now 15-7-5 in one-goal games.  The 15 wins are tied for sixth in the NHL.
  • Are now 9-3-0 in their past 12 games against Chicago.
  • Held the opposition to three goals or less for a 38th time in 60 games this season.
  • Out-hit Chicago 21-15.
  • Fifteen skaters registered at least one shot, including 10 that had multiple shots.
  • The teams combined for zero penalty minutes, which is a new franchise record, as well as the 100th occurrence in NHL history.  Winnipeg’s previous record was two penalty minutes on Dec. 13/10 at Ottawa (Atlanta 2, Ottawa 0).
  • It is the seventh time in franchise history the Jets have taken zero penalty minutes in a game.  The last came on Nov. 30/19 at Los Angeles.

Player Notes

Tucker Poolman

  • Logged 22:19 of ice time, tied a season-high with four shots on goal, and delivered two hits.
  • Had recorded four shots on two other occasions this season (Jan 2 vs. Toronto and Jan. 8 at Toronto).

Luca Sbisa

  • Finished plus-2 and logged 14:59 of ice time.
  • Registered three hits.

Dmitry Kulikov

  • Had two assists for first multi-point game of the season and 20th of career.

Andrew Copp

  • Finished 8-for-12 (75%) on face-offs.

Patrik Laine

  • Recorded 30th assist of the season while registering four shots on goal.

Josh Morrissey

  • Led the Jets in time on ice at 24:38.
  • Registered three hits.

Mark Scheifele

  • Leads Jets forwards in time on ice at 13:58 after two periods.

Andrei Chibisov

  • Made NHL debut, seeing 8:03 of ice time and registering one shot on goal and one hit.
  • Became the sixth player to make his NHL debut with the Jets this season, joining Ville Heinola, Jansen Harkins, David Gustafsson, C.J. Seuss, and Joona Luoto.

Mason Appleton

  • Scored a goal and an assist for second multi-point game of career.  Last came on Feb. 2/19 vs. Anaheim (2A).
  • Led the Jets with a career-high five shots on goal.  Previous high was four shots on goal on Jan. 19/20 at Chicago.

Nathan Beaulieu

  • Scored a goal and an assist for first multi-point game of the season and ninth of career.
  • Led the Jets with four hits, which was one shy of career-high.  Had five hits on Dec. 23/19 vs. Montreal.

Connor Hellebuyck

  • Stopped 31 of 33 shots to earn 25th win of the season.  Entered Sunday tied for second in the NHL in wins.
  • Held the opposition to three goals or less for a 34th time in 49 games this season.  26th time this season holding the opposition to two goals or less.
  • Made 30-plus saves for a 24th time this season.