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Islanders 3 / Jets 2 (SO)

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It's a point, but on a night in which they could have moved above the eighth-place line with a victory, it's the one that got away that will hurt the most. And so on a night in which both Washington and Ottawa won and Buffalo and Jersey lost, the Jets are stuck staring up at a pile of teams above them. Paint this as another opportunity lost.

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We'd like to comment on developments about the Jets' power-play on the night but, alas, they never had one for just the second time this season. The only other time they didn't enjoy a man advantage, oddly enough, came against the Islanders. For what it's worth, the penalty-kill units were strong, as the Islanders were 0-for-2 on the power-play. But how many NHL games this season have featured zero power-plays for one team? We'd guess not many.

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It came in the shootout as both Islanders, PA Parenteau and Frans Nielsen scored while Evgeny Nabokov stoned both Blake Wheeler and Kyle Wellwood. Winnipeg is now 1-2 in shootouts this season.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 21, 2011 C2

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