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Overall record: 37-35-10, 84 points; 4th in the Southeast Division, 11th in the Eastern Conference

The second day of Winnipeg Jets training camp at the MTS Centre Monday morning. Winnipeg Jets' Evander Kane (9) during training camp. 130114 - Monday, January 14, 2013 -  (MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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The second day of Winnipeg Jets training camp at the MTS Centre Monday morning. Winnipeg Jets' Evander Kane (9) during training camp. 130114 - Monday, January 14, 2013 - (MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS) Purchase Photo Print

RECORD BY MONTH

October: 4-6-1

November: 5-5-3

December: 10-3-1*

January: 4-8-1

February: 7-5-2

March: 6-7-1

April: 1-1-1

*Franchise record

Goals per game: 2.70 (12th)

Goals against per game: 2.95 (26th)

OT record: 6-6

Shootout record: 4-4

One-goal games: 19-11-9

Record vs. Eastern Conference: 29-26-9

Record vs. Southeast Division teams: 14-6-4

Record vs. Original Six teams: 5-12-1

Record vs. Canadian teams: 4-10-1

Power-play rank: 17.9% (12th)

Penalty-kill rank: 80.1% (24th)

Longest winning streak: 4 games, Dec. 1-11

Longest winless streak: 5 games (0-3-2); Nov. 5-12.

INDIVIDUAL NUMBERS

Leading scorer: Blake Wheeler -- 17G, 47A, 64 Pts.

Leading goal scorer: Evander Kane -- 30

Leading assist man: Wheeler -- 47

Game-winning goals: Andrew Ladd, Bryan Little -- 6

Short-handed goals: Alex Burmistrov, Jim Slater, Mark Stuart -- 1 each

Leader, penalty minutes: Mark Stuart -- 98

Hits: Tanner Glass -- 246 (tied for 10th in the NHL)

Blocked shots: Mark Stuart -- 178 (9th in the NHL)

Face-offs won: Bryan Little -- 727 (11th in the NHL)

Saves: Ondrej Pavelec -- 1,845 (5th in the NHL)

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