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Penalties -- Enstrom Wpg (slashing) 4:04, Jokinen Wpg (tripping) 6:51, Bogosian Wpg (goaltender interference) 10:27, Slater Wpg (goaltender interference) 14:12.
1. Colorado, Mitchell 7 (Barrie, Johnson) 4:38.
2. Winnipeg, Byfuglien 15 (Little, Wheeler) 15:48 (pp).
3. Winnipeg, Byfuglien 16 (Frolik, Little) 17:36.
4. Colorado, Benoit 5 (Mitchell) 19:48.
Penalties -- Sarich Col (holding) 15:25, Setoguchi Wpg (cross-checking) 20:00, Landeskog Col (roughing) 20:00.
Penalties -- Trouba Wpg (elbowing) 1:28, Kane Wpg (roughing) 5:06, Mitchell Col (roughing) 5:06, Byfuglien Wpg (tripping) 7:59.
5. Colorado, Duchene 21 (Holden, Barrie) 2:33.
Shots on goal by:
Goal -- Winnipeg: Montoya (LO, 10-4-3); Colorado: Varlamov (W, 32-12-5).
Power plays (goal-chances) -- Winnipeg: 1-1; Colorado: 0-6.
Referees -- Mike Hasenfratz, Dan O'Rourke.
Linesmen -- Ryan Galloway, Bryan Pancich.
Attendance -- 15,250 at Colorado.
Jim Slater was stopped by Semyon Varlamov on a first-period penalty shot after the Avs' Tyson Barrie apparently got his stick up on the Jet centre's hands. Slater is now 0-3 in his career on penalty shots, his last two against Varlamov.
The last Jet to score on a penalty shot was Evander Kane on Oct. 8, 2010 against Michael Neuvirth of the Washington Capitals. Since then, the Jets have been stopped on their last eight attempts.
11-6-2: The Jets' record since Paul Maurice was named head coach.
38: One-goal games the Jets have played in this year, third-most in the NHL.
4: Consecutive games in which the Jets, the NHL's worst faceoff team, have won the battle in the circle. Interestingly, the Jets are 0-3-1 in those games.
1: Points by Avs' forward Matt Duchene Monday night, extending his point streak to eight games (4G, 9A).
1: Number of NHL teams this season -- the Avs being the only one -- to score at least one goal in every game they've played.
SICK BAY REPORT:
Jets' centre John Albert, dressing for his first game since being recalled last week, left early in the second with what was called an "upper-body injury." The Avs lost forward P.A. Parenteau after he injured his knee on a first-period hit by Mark Stuart.
-- Ed Tait