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THE ROAD AHEAD

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THE ROAD AHEAD

The Jets are going to have to make some serious improvements to their road game in order to lock down a playoff spot. Here's some of the evidence:

óè The Jets have 15 games remaining; six at home, nine on the road.

óè Winnipeg's road record of 11-17-4 ranks 25th overall.

óè The Jets are 4-3 in their last seven road games; 10-13-1 since opening

the season with a 1-4-1 mark away from the MTS Centre.

óè Winnipeg has scored 74 goals on the road, an average of 2.31 per game.

Its goal-differential on the road is -32 (74 GF, 106 GA). At home the Jets

average 2.91 goals for and have a +21 ((102 GF, 81 GA) goal differential.

óè The Jets have the No. 1-ranked home power play (24.8%) but are 28th

on the road (12.6%).

óè The Jets have the 17th-ranked home penalty-killing unit (83.1%), but are 26th

on the road (78.3).

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 7, 2012 D1

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