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★ Jakub Voracek, RW, Flyers: Set up two of Philly’s goals and was a threat just about every time he stepped on the ice. A quietly efficient game.

★★ Andrew Ladd, LW, Jets: Two goals for the Jets captain, who now has six this season. Both as a result of solid passes — the first from Blake Wheeler, the second from Evander Kane — and his quick hands.

CP Andrew Ladd

★★★ Ilya Bryzgalov, G, Flyers: Jet fans serenaded him all night, but he was steady in kicking out 24 of 16 shots.

 

SUMMARY

First Period

1. Philadelphia, B.Schenn 3 (Voracek, Coburn) 8:07

2. Winnipeg, Ladd 5 (Wheeler) 14:12

3. Philadelphia, Timonen 2 (Giroux, Simmonds) 17:08 (pp)

Penalties — Peluso Wpg (holding) 3:42, Foster Pha (interference) 11:56, Redmond Wpg (cross-checking) 16:15.

Second Period

No Scoring

Penalties — McGinn Pha (fighting, major), Stuart Wpg (fighting, major) 5:17, Peluso Wpg (charging) 12:51.

Third Period

4. Philadelphia, McGinn 3 (Voracek) 4:17

5. Winnipeg, Ladd 6 (Kane, Wheeler) 19:13

Penalties — Stuart Wpg (interference) 6:25, Talbot Pha (holding) 9:31, B.Schenn Pha (tripping) 13:06.

Referees — Brian Pochmara, Kyle Rehman. Linesmen — Ryan Galloway, Steve Miller.

Attendance — 15,004 (15,004).

 

ROAD WORRIERS:

The win for the Flyers stopped a streak of four straight defeats on the road. Philly’s last victory away from home, before Tuesday night, came in a 7-1 decision over Florida on Jan. 26.

 

 DRY D:

The Jets entered the game with the most points in the NHL from their defensive corps, but their six-man crew was held off the scoresheet Tuesday.

 

UP NEXT:

The Jets play host to the Pittsburgh Penguins Friday night, 6 p.m., CBC/TSN 1290

 

— Tait

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