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Free Press ★★★
★ Bryan Little, C, Wpg.: Potted the winner in OT, going topshelf over Scott Clemmensen on a smart feed by Zach Redmond with the Jets on the man advantage.
★★ Zach Redmond, D, Wpg.:Keeps getting better and better with each shift. Picked up two assists in just his third NHL game. Makes smart decisions, doesn’t panic and will be difficult to take out of the lineup now.
★★★Mike Weaver, D, Fla.: Battled from the opening draw to the final horn. Finished with just over 24 minutes of ice time and registered four hits and three blocked shots.
FIRST-PERIOD SCORING 1. Florida, Huberdeau 3 (Shore, Weaver) 18:12
Penalties — Mueller Fla (tripping)
8:56, Enstrom Wpg (hooking) 9:54.
2. Winnipeg, Wheeler 4 (Enstrom) 2:28
3. Florida, Fleischmann 3 (Campbell, Versteeg) 3:52 4. Winnipeg, Stuart 1 (Redmond, Burmistrov) 12:21
Penalty — Versteeg Fla (holding) 17:30.
Penalties — Slater Wpg (hooking)
9:08, Weiss Fla (tripping) 14:59.
5. Winnipeg, Little 2 (Redmond, Hainsey) 4:44 (pp) Penalty — Kuba Fla (tripping) 2:50.
Shots on goal by
Florida 7 5 6 1 — 19
Winnipeg 3 14 2 2 — 21
Goal — Florida: Clemmensen (L,0- 1-1);
Winnipeg: Pavelec (W,3-4-1).
Power plays (goals-chances) — Florida: 0-2;
Referees — Dennis LaRue, Dean Morton. Linesmen — Darren Gibbs, Vaughan Rody.
Attendance — 15,004 (15,004).
POINT OF ATTACK:
The Jets entered Tuesday’s game having generated the most points by defencemen in the NHL and got five more last night courtesy of Mark Stuart (1G) Zach Redmond (2A), Toby Enstrom (1A) and Ron Hainsey (1A).
Blake Wheeler’s second-period goal was the 200th point in his NHL career. Wheeler now has 78 career goals and 122 assists in 333 NHL games.