Jets defeat Wild 1-0


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The Minnesota Wild waited at home this week for tonight's game versus the Jets, having not played since Tuesday night against Buffalo.

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The Minnesota Wild waited at home this week for tonight’s game versus the Jets, having not played since Tuesday night against Buffalo.

Hannah Foslien / The Associated Press
Winnipeg Jets’ Dustin Byfuglien (33), Jacob Trouba (8) and Andrew Ladd (16) congratulate right wing Blake Wheeler (26) on a goal against the Minnesota Wild during the first period of an NHL hockey game Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, in St. Paul, Minn.

That was a 3-2 loss, giving Minnesota two defeats in a row and three in the last four. After tonight’s game, the Wild go out on the road for seven of the next eight.

Defenceman Ryan Suter had a goal and two points for the Wild on Tuesday, trying to rally from a 3-0 deficit.

That gives Suter 30 points in 43 games this season, second only to team leader Mikko Koivu. Suter’s excellence has made him the team’s plus-minus leader this season, now at plus-13.

The Wild have lost two of the first three games versus the Jets this season, including a Nov. 27 home game of 3-1 in which they generated only 15 shots on goal.

The Wild have been hard to beat when they get ahead. The team is 19-4-2 this season when scoring first and 15-0-1 when taking a lead to the third period.



The lineups

Winnipeg Jets



30 Connor Hellebuyck

34 Michael Hutchinson


2 Adam Pardy

4 Paul Postma

5 Mark Stuart

6 Alex Burmistrov

7 Ben Chiarot

8 Jacob Trouba

9 Andrew Copp

12 Drew Stafford

14 Anthony Peluso

15 Matt Halischuk 16 Andrew Ladd

17 Adam Lowry

18 Bryan Little

22 Chris Thorburn

26 Blake Wheeler 27 Nikolaj Ehlers

33 Dustin Byfuglien

39 Toby Enstrom

40 Joel Armia

57 Tyler Myers

85 Mathieu Perreault


Head coach: Paul Maurice

Assistant coaches: Charlie Huddy, Pascal Vincent


Minnesota Wild

32 Niklas Backstrom

35 Darcy Kuemper

40 Devan Dubnyk


3 Charlie Coyle

4 Mike Reilly

6 Marco Scandella

7 Chris Porter

9 Mikko Koivu

11 Zach Parise

14 Justin Fontaine

16 Jason Zucker

18 Ryan Carter

19 Jarret Stoll

20 Ryan Suter

22 Nino Niederreiter

24 Matt Dumba

25 Jonas Brodin

26 Thomas Vanek

29 Jason Pominville

39 Nate Prosser

46 Jared Spurgeon

56 Erik Haula

64 Mikael Granlund


Head coach: Mike Yeo

Assistant coaches: Rick Wilson, Darryl Sydor

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