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Jets: By The Numbers

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37-35-9, 83 points (with one game remaining)

Winger Evander Kane: Jets' leading goal scorer in 2011-12.


Winger Evander Kane: Jets' leading goal scorer in 2011-12.

Atlanta Thrashers 2010-11: 35-34-13



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: 1-1-0

*franchise record



Goals per game: 2.69 (12th)

Goals against per game: 2.94 (26th)

Shootout record: 4-4

OT record: 6-5

One-goal games: 19-11-9

Record when trailing after two periods: 3-24-3

Record when leading after two periods: 26-4-2

Record vs. Eastern Conference: 29-26-8

Record vs. Southeast Division teams: 14-6-3

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

Power-play rank: 18.1% (12th)

Did you know? Winnipeg's 22.3% home power-play percentage was second-best in the NHL to Nashville (23.3)

Penalty-kill rank: 79.9% (24th)

Did you know? Winnipeg was short-handed 289 times this season, 6th-most in the NHL.

Longest point streak: 6 games — 4-0-2 from Feb. 16-Feb. 25)

Longest point drought: 3 games — Oct. 9-Oct. 15; Jan. 10-Jan. 14; March 24-28.

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

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



Leading scorer: Blake Wheeler — 17G, 46A, 63 pts.

Did you know? The Jets/Thrashers franchise has not had a point-per-game leading scorer since Ilya Kovalchuk scored 91 points (43G, 48A) in 2009-09.

Leading goal scorer: Evander Kane — 30

Assist leader: Wheeler — 46

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

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

Did you know? Only Tampa Bay and Detroit, with two, scored fewer short-handed goals than the Jets this season.

Longest point streak this season — 8 games; Kane (Feb. 16-March 12; 7G, 8A)

Longest goal streak by a Jet this season — 4 games; Little, Feb. 16-March 1; Wheeler, March 1-9; Nik Antropov, March 14-30

Penalty minutes: Mark Stuart — 96

Plus-minus: Kane — +12

Did you know? Recent call-up Spencer Machacek is a +9 in 12 games; third-best on the team.

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

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

Faceoffs won: Bryan Little — 727 (11th in the NHL)

Saves: Ondrej Pavelec — 2,011 (5th in the NHL)

Shooting percentage: — Kyle Wellwood, 19.4% (18 goals on 93 shots)

Did you know? Wellwood is the NHL's top goal scorer among players with fewer than 100 shots on goal.


— Compiled by Ed Tait


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