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Jets leaders 2012

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JETS LEADERS FROM 2011-12 SEASON

 

POINTS

Blake Wheeler64

Evander Kane57

Dustin Byfuglien53

Andrew Ladd50

Kyle Wellwood47

 

GOALS

Evander Kane30

Andrew Ladd28

Bryan Little24

Kyle Wellwood18

Blake Wheeler17

 

ASSISTS

Blake Wheeler47

Dustin Byfuglien41

Kyle Wellwood29

Tobias Enstrom27

Evander Kane27

 

PLUS-MINUS

Evander Kane+11

Ron Hainsey+9

Spencer Machacek+8

Tobias Enstrom+6

Ben Maxwell+5

 

Tanner Glass-12

Bryan Little-11

Johnny Oduya-9

Dustin Byfuglien-8

Andrew Ladd-8

 

PENALTY MINUTES

Mark Stuart98

Chris Thorburn83

Tanner Glass73

Dustin Byfuglien72

Zach Bogosian71

 

PP GOALS

Wheeler6

Kane6

Little6

 

SHOTS

Kane287

Ladd265

Byfuglien223

Wheeler208

 

"ï"ï ON THE MEND

Antti Miettinen: Out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.

Zach Bogosian: Claude Noel said Friday Bogosian is pointed toward a mid-February return from wrist surgery. If he returns between Feb. 10-19, he will have missed between 11 and 14 games.

 

"ï"ï MAKING MOVES

In: This week, Winnipeg claimed two players from the waiver wire. F Anthony Peluso (St. Louis) came in Wednesday; forward James Wright (Florida) came in late Friday.

Out: The Jets assigned three players back to their AHL affiliate in St. John's on Friday, forwards Maxime Macenauer and Spencer Machacek and defenceman Derek Meech.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 19, 2013 0

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