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Jets 4 at Sharks 3 summary

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★ Blake Wheeler, Jets: A goal and two assists and Wheeler now has 62 points on the season and is just two shy of his career high of 64.

★★ Martin Havlat, Sharks: Still a blazer and capable of finding the open man when no else sees the play. Havlat had a pair of assists to pace the Sharks offence.

★★★ Andrew Ladd, Jets: Another goal and Ladd now has 22 on the season as he continues to prove he’s a capable secondline player with both offence and grit to his game.

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Free Press stars

★ Blake Wheeler, Jets: A goal and two assists and Wheeler now has 62 points on the season and is just two shy of his career high of 64.

★★ Martin Havlat, Sharks: Still a blazer and capable of finding the open man when no else sees the play. Havlat had a pair of assists to pace the Sharks offence.

Winnipeg Jets' Dustin Byfuglien, left, celebrates his goal with teammate Blake Wheeler (26) during the second period.

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Winnipeg Jets' Dustin Byfuglien, left, celebrates his goal with teammate Blake Wheeler (26) during the second period.

★★★ Andrew Ladd, Jets: Another goal and Ladd now has 22 on the season as he continues to prove he’s a capable secondline player with both offence and grit to his game.

 

SUMMARY

First Period1. San Jose, Boyle 9 (Havlat, Sheppard) 1:57.2. Winnipeg, Ladd 22 (Frolik, Little) 2:33.3. San Jose, Burns 21 (Pavelski, Marleau) 14:27 (pp).Penalties — Pardy Wpg (holding)8:44, Byfuglien Wpg (interference) 13:30.
Second Period
4. Winnipeg, Wheeler 25 (unassisted) 1:55.
5. Winnipeg, Byfuglien 20 (Wheeler, Frolik) 9:32 (pp).
6. San Jose, Couture 20 (Sheppard, Havlat) 11:23 (pp).
Penalties — Desjardins SJ (holding) 2:08, Postma Wpg (holding)
7:19, Thornton SJ (tripping) 8:19, Trouba Wpg (slashing) 9:47, Boyle SJ (holding) 15:56, Sheppard SJ (roughing) 19:06, Stuart Wpg (cross-checking) 19:06.
Third Period
7. Winnipeg, Enstrom 9 (Wheeler, Little) 16:24 (pp).
Penalties — Stuart SJ (holding) 14:07, Couture SJ (delay of game) 15:57.

Referees — Ghislain Hebert, Brad Watson. Linesmen — David Brisebois, Anthony Sericolo.

Attendance — 17,562.

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