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SUMMARY

Avalanche 4 at Jets 3 (SO)

First Period

1. Winnipeg, Wheeler 8 (Enstrom, Little) 0:24.

2. Winnipeg, Frolik 8 (Trouba, Clitsome) 5:25 (pp).

3. Colorado, Duchene 13 (O'Reilly, Guenin) 15:08.

Penalties -- Johnson Col (holding) 2:24, Guenin Col (delay of game) 3:47, Col Bench (Abusive language) 6:47.

Second Period

4. Colorado, O'Reilly 10 (Duchene, Sarich) 14:47.

5. Colorado, Duchene 14 (MacKinnon) 19:57.

Penalties -- Thorburn Wpg (high-sticking) 4:33, Jokinen Wpg (tripping) 9:56, Landeskog Col (tripping) 12:07.

Third Period

6. Winnipeg, Wheeler 9 (Scheifele, Clitsome) 10:00 (pp).

Penalties -- Sarich Col (tripping) 8:02, Landeskog Col (boarding) 14:10.

Overtime

No Scoring.

Penalties -- None.

Shootout

Colorado wins 2-0

Colorado -- Duchene, goal; Parenteau, goal. Winnipeg -- Setoguchi, miss; Ladd, miss.

Referees -- Tim Peel, Justin St. Pierre. Linesmen -- Darren Gibbs, Thor Nelson.

Attendance -- 15,004.

POWERED UP:

After going scoreless for seven games, the Jets power play has now scored three times in the last two games -- once in a loss to St. Louis Tuesday night and then twice more Thursday night against the Avalanche.

STEPPING UP:

With Evander Kane on the shelf, Jets forward Chris Thorburn has moved up to the second line and seen his role on the club expand exponentially.

Consider: In Thorburn's first 18 games this season, he played an average of just 6:17 per night and was 3-3 on faceoffs. And in his last 4 games heading into last night? Thorburn's ice time has more than doubled to an average of 13:44 per game and he's 9-13 in the faceoff circle.

UP NEXT:

The Jets wrap up a three-game Central Division homestand this week with a matinee game Saturday afternoon at MTS Centre against the Dallas Stars.


-- Paul Wiecek