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ABOUT THE COYOTES

The Coyotes have won six of their last 10 and owned the final wild-card berth in the Western Conference prior to Monday's action with a record of 36-27-12 for 84 points.

Jets Scores

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Keith Yandle leads the club in scoring with 51 points and Antoine Vermette is the team's top goal getter with 24. The Coyotes lead the NHL with eight players with 40 or more points; Yandle, Radim Vrbata, Mikkel Boedker, Mike Ribeiro, Vermette, Shane Doan, Martin Hanzal and Oliver Ekman-Larsson.

Phoenix has the second best power-play percentage in the Western Conference at 20.7, just behind St. Louis and fifth-best in the NHL. The Coyotes have 55 power-play goals. Their penalty-killing unit ranks 25th in the league with a 79.8 efficiency percentage.

 

WINNIPEG JETS

31 Ondrej Pavelec
35 Al Montoya
2 Adam Pardy
4 Paul Postma
5 Mark Stuart
7 Keaton Ellerby
8 Jacob Trouba
9 Evander Kane
12 Olli Jokinen
14 Anthony Peluso
15 Matt Halischuk
16 Andrew Ladd
18 Bryan Little
19 Jim Slater
26 Blake Wheeler
27 Eric Tangradi
33 Dustin Byfuglien
39 Toby Enstrom
40 Devin Setoguchi
44 Zach Bogosian
58 Eric O'Dell
67 Michael Frolik

 

PHOENIX COYOTES

1 Thomas Greiss
40 Mark Visentin
41 Mike Smith
3 Keith Yandle
4 Zbynek Michalek
5 Connor Murphy
6 David Schlemko
10 Martin Erat
11 Martin Hanzal
12 Paul Bissonnette
14 Jeff Halpern
17 Radim Vrbata
18 David Moss
19 Shane Doan
20 Chris Summers
23 Oliver Ekman-Larsson
24 Kyle Chipchura
26 Michael Stone
28 Lauri Korpikoski
33 Brandon Gormley
36 Rob Klinkhammer
38 Brandon McMillan
50 Antoine Vermette
53 Derek Morris
63 Mike Ribeiro
89 Mikkel Boedker

 

-- Gary Lawless

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 1, 2014 ??65534

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