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Isles Get A Huge Shoot Out Victory In Winnipeg

The Isles took a big step towards the playoffs yesterday afternoon with another road victory in Winnipeg. Brian Strait was back in the line up, so Matt Carkner sat yesterday.

This was one of the most exciting games this season, with so much on the line for both teams. In the beginning of the first, the Isles looked a little tired. That would not last long though, as Frans Nielsen scored his 6th of the season just 4:21 into the game on a nice play from Okposo and Bailey. (Photo: MVerminski/flickr)

Bryzgalov Yanked In Jets Rout

The Flyers got their first look at Steve Mason, but it was under the circumstances they least wanted it to come under.

A second period melt down for starter Ilya Bryzgalov saw his night end abruptly. It also snapped the Flyers four-game winning streak with a 4-1 loss to the Jets, which also snapped Winnipeg's five-game skid.

The Flyers waltzed into the game three points out of a playoff spot. They were a point behind the Jets in the standings with two games in hand. They're now three points back and sit in 11th place currently with 10 games remaining.

Islanders Lose Second In A Row But Still Earn A Point Against Winnipeg

During the second intermission, MSG's Peter Ruttgaizer asked Islanders assistant coach Doug Weight what he wanted in the third period and Weight responded, "two goals."

The request was granted, and then some!

Flyers fall to Jets, 2-1 in shootout

In the first two meetings between the Winnipeg Jets and Philadelphia Flyers, the two teams erupted for a combined total of 27 goals.

Both games were full of non-stop offense and up-tempo play.

The same couldn’t be said of their meeting on Tuesday night.

After 65 minutes of less than stellar hockey, the Jets managed a 2-1 win after Bryan Little scored the only goal of a three-round shootout.

Jets Defeat Defending Champs; Down Bruins 2-1

The Winnipeg Jets are now a game above .500, and evened up the season series with the Boston Bruins as they downed the bears in a hard fought and entertaining 2-1 win on Tuesday night.

Once the puck dropped, the game took on a physical tone that sustained itself throughout the entire game. Winnipeg would be the first to catch a bad look from the ref on the phyiscal play as Jim Slater took a slashing call for breaking the stick of Dennis Seidenberg. Although the Bruins powerplay was very strong, they only managed to muster up one shot with the extra man.

The back and forth game continued as the two teams exchanged chances for a majority of the...

Jets Hang On For 1-0 Win Over Coyotes

Shane Doan made his first appearance in a regular season NHL game in Winnipeg since the Jets played their final game in 1996. Although his team was booed relentlessly throughout the game, the 1st round pick of the Winnipeg Jets of '96 was given a standing ovation during the 1st period. It wasn't enough however, as the Jets (2.0) held on for a 1-0 win over the Coyotes.

The crowd was easily the 6th man on the ice in the early stages of the first period. For the first time in recent memory, the entire opposing team was booed whenever they touched the puck, and the negative engery seemed to effect the Coyotes when handling the puck in their own zone.

The Jets applied ...

Bad defense, penalties sink Flyers

28 penalty minutes and a bad night by the Chris Pronger/Matt Carle pairing (-3 combined) led to a 6-4 loss in Winnipeg Saturday afternoon.