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Jets 4-Hurricanes 3

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Free Press ★★★

★ Andrew Ladd, left-winger, Jets: A goal, two helpers and leadership personified on a crazy day for the Jets.

 ★★ Zach Bogosian, defenceman, Jets: Lots of bouquets being passed out to Ladd and Wheeler here, but Bogosian — even though he was a -1 — was steady. Led all Jets with 30 shifts and 23:59 in ice time.

★★★ Jiri Tlusty, centre, Hurricanes: Two goals for the Hurricanes to up his season total to seven.

First Period

1. Winnipeg, Wheeler 5 (Ladd) 1:53

2. Carolina, Tlusty 6 (Semin, E.Staal) 18:39

Penalties -- Jordan Car (freezing the puck) 2:36, Clitsome Wpg (tripping) 6:58.

Second Period

No Scoring

Penalties -- Wheeler Wpg (unsportsmanlike conduct) 3:43, Clitsome Wpg (interference) 4:48, Harrison Car (interference) 16:26, Corvo Car (tripping) 17:15.

Third Period

3. Winnipeg, Kane 5 (Antropov) 2:10

4. Carolina, J.Staal 3 (Harrison, Dwyer) 3:37

5. Winnipeg, Ladd 9 (Little) 14:03

6. Carolina, Tlusty 7, 14:50

7. Winnipeg, Wheeler 6 (Ladd, Little) 15:06

Penalty -- J.Staal Car (hooking) 19:02.

Referees -- Dan O'Rourke, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen -- Greg Devorski, Don Henderson.

Attendance -- 18,282 (18,680).

 

UP AND DOWN:

 

The Jets killed off all three Hurricanes power plays, including a 5-on-3. But their power play was also 0-4, including their own two-man advantage.

BLOCKED SHOT PARADE:

The Jets jumped in front of 14 Hurricanes shots, but Carolina outdid them with 21 of their own.

-- Tait

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 22, 2013 C4

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