January 19, 2018

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Record: 26 – 13 – 7

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Winnipeg Jets (26 – 13 – 7)

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3First Period

1. Winnipeg, Ladd 17 (Wheeler, Little) 1:23

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3First Period

1. Winnipeg, Ladd 17 (Wheeler, Little) 1:23

2. Tampa Bay, St. Louis 12, 10:27

Penalties — None

Second Period

3. Winnipeg, Wheeler 16 (Ladd, Bogosian) 8:37

4. Winnipeg, Ladd 18 (Wheeler, Bogosian) 17:54 (pp)

Penalties — Jokinen Wpg (hooking) 5:42, Thompson TB (boarding, fighting, minor-major), Tangradi Wpg (fighting, major) 13:13, Lecavalier TB (hooking) 15:56.

Third Period

5. Tampa Bay, Labrie 2 (Thompson, Gudas) 5:19

6. Tampa Bay, Stamkos 27 (Carle) 11:17

Penalty — Salo TB (holding) 5:35.

Overtime

No Scoring

Penalties — None

Shootout

Winnipeg wins 2-0

Tampa Bay (0) — Purcell, miss; Panik, miss.

Winnipeg (2) — Wheeler, miss; Santorelli, goal; Ladd, goal.

Referees — Dean Morton, Dennis LaRue. Linesmen — Brian Mach, Vaughan Rody.

Attendance — 15,004 (15,004).

"ï"ï TRENDING UP:

The Jets had a power-play goal for a second straight game, though it won't move their ranking any higher than the NHL's bottom three. It's still production that's easing the sting of a recent seven-game drought without an advantage marker.

"ï"ï TRENDING DOWN:

Opponents power plays. That's a good thing for the Jets. Despite all the hooting at the officials Tuesday, Winnipeg committed only one foul that gave their opponents a power play and it's now seven games in a row the team has given their opponents three chances or less in a game.

"ï"ï UP NEXT:

Winnipeg continues a homestand with a Thursday night game against division-rival Carolina.

— Tim Campbell

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