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1. John Tavares, Islanders. Three points in the third period. That's usually good enough.

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2. Alex Burmistrov, Jets. First goal of season and important time warrants selection.

3. Evander Kane, Jets. Delivered the game-winner with a strong skate up the ice to get at a rebound.

GAME SUMMARY

First Period

1. N.Y. Islanders, Ullstrom 2, 2:34

2. Winnipeg, Ponikarovsky 1 (Wellwood, Enstrom) 10:15

Penalties -- McDonald NYI (slashing) 5:13, Okposo NYI (closing hand on puck) 7:44, Carkner NYI (boarding) 19:52, Hamonic NYI (roughing, double minor), Kane Wpg (roughing, double minor) 20:00.

Second Period

3. Winnipeg, Little 1 (Antropov, Ladd) 5:13

Penalties -- Byfuglien Wpg (slashing) 5:58, Martin NYI (tripping), Stuart Wpg (concealing puck) 13:56.

Third Period

4. N.Y. Islanders, Tavares 1 (Okposo, Moulson) 0:22

5. N.Y. Islanders, Moulson 3 (Tavares, Hamonic) 5:09

6. N.Y. Islanders, Streit 2 (Nielsen, Tavares) 9:53 (pp)

7. Winnipeg, Byfuglien 3 (Wheeler, Kane) 12:59 (pp)

8. Winnipeg, Burmistrov 1, 14:04

Penalties -- Thorburn Wpg (tripping) 9:20, Ullstrom NYI (hooking) 12:15.

Overtime

9. Winnipeg, Kane 3 (Jokinen) 1:59

Penalties -- None

Shots on goal by

N.Y. Islanders 6 9 9 1 -- 25

Winnipeg 12 11 9 3 -- 35

Goal -- N.Y. Islanders: Nabokov (L,2-1-1); Winnipeg: Montoya (W,1-0-0).

Power plays (goals-chances) -- N.Y. Islanders: 1-2; Winnipeg: 1-4.

Referees -- Greg Kimmerly, Brad Watson. Linesmen -- Brad Lazarowich, Jay Sharrers.

Attendance -- 15,004 (15,004).

TRENDING UP:

The Jets were scored upon first three straight times this week. Their record in those games? A crisp 3-0. It's a sign some character is starting to take hold.

TRENDING DOWN:

If there was a grade for Winnipeg's puck management on Sunday night, it might have been a D, or a C at best. "You're going to get these nights," said coach Claude Noel. "But we found a way to get it done."

 

"ï"ï UP NEXT:

The Jets begin a three-game week on the road with a contest at Montreal's Bell Centre on Tuesday night, 6:30 p.m., TSNJets, TSN1290.

 

-- Tim Campbell

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 28, 2013 0

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