Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 04/10/2013 3:20 AM | Comments: 0
Penalties -- Myers, Buf (hooking) 2:30; Kane, Wpg (high-sticking) 17:06.
1. Winnipeg, Wellwood 4 (Kane) 4:54
2. Winniipeg, Gagnon 1 (Byfuglien) 10:04
3. Winnipeg, Ladd 15 (Little) 19:38
Penalties -- none.
4. Buffalo, Porter 3 4:54
5. Winnipeg, Wheeler 15 (Ladd, Little) 19:34 (en)
Penalties -- Stuart, Wpg (cross-checking) 8:00; Ladd, Wpg (tripping) 16:17.
Attendance -- 15,004.
"ï"ï TRENDING UP:
Winnipeg's penalty killing has shown many signs of life in the second half of this season. The team has killed 16 of the last 17 shorthanded situations at home after Tuesday night's three-for-three effort.
"ï"ï TRENDING DOWN:
The power play had just two minutes to try on Tuesday but didn't deliver. It's now seven games without a power-play goal. That matches the second-worst string of the season. As well, the No. 29 power play in the league previously had an eight-game drought.
"ï"ï UP NEXT:
Winnipeg hosts Florida Thursday night before entertaining Tampa Bay Tuesday.
-- Tim Campbell
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 10, 2013 C3
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