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Jets vs. Canes summary

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Jets 2 at Hurricanes 1

First Period

No Scoring.

Penalties -- Setoguchi Wpg (tripping) 11:39.

Second Period

1. Winnipeg, Ladd 13 (Frolik, Little) 12:57.

Penalties -- Bogosian Wpg (holding) 13:10, Wpg Bench (too many men) 14:19.

Third Period

2. Carolina, Nash 7 (Bowman, Ruutu) 2:42.

3. Winnipeg, Thorburn 2 (Trouba, Wheeler) 18:57.

Penalties -- Little Wpg (cross-checking) 19:27, Staal Car (slashing) 19:27.

Referees -- Francois St. Laurent, Kevin Pollock.

Linesmen -- Mark Shewchyk, Pierre Racicot.

Attendance -- 14,033.


The length, in seconds, of the two-man advantage the Hurricanes had in the second period. Zero shots by the Hurricanes on the 5-on-3.


"We battled, but the most important thing was the penalty killing in the second period. That 5-on-3, they didn't have a shot, we blocked everything and Pards (Jets defenceman Adam Pardy) made a great block on (Alex) Semin. Those things helped us to get the win tonight." -- Pavelec.


U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will take in the Jets-Capitals tilt on Thursday as part of a pre-game Olympic send-off event. The Caps announced Kerry will participate in a ceremonial puck drop with Olympians from both teams and address the Caps in the locker-room prior to the team's pregame warm-up.


In the Canes vs. Jets/Thrashers series, the road team has won 16 of the last 22 games.


The St. John's IceCaps had their six-game win streak snapped in a 3-2 loss to the Providence Bruins Tuesday night. Adam Lowry and Ben Chiarot scored for the Jets' farm club.


The Jets headed to Washington, D.C., immediately after the contest for the third game of their four-game road trip, Thursday against the Washington Capitals (6 p.m., TSN Jets/TSN 1290).

-- Ed Tait


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