Getting over .500 (12-11-4) for the first time this season didn't exactly come easy for the Winnipeg Jets.
They had to beat a Boston Bruins team that hadn't lost in regulation in 15 straight games going back to Oct. 29. The 2-1 win Tuesday gave the Jets a three-game winning streak and its seventh win in 10 games (7-2-1), which narrowed the gap behind division-leading Florida to six points entering play Thursday.
Though the Jets' 4-7-4 road record still needs a lot of improvement, the team is shaking off the stress of relocation and starting to settle into a groove.
"It takes a while just because we're in a new city, new coaches, a whole new staff, a different arena," Bryan Little told the Edmonton Journal. "It takes a while to get used to all that. It took us longer than we probably would have wanted to, but now we're playing a lot better and, hopefully, it continues like this."
The key for the Jets is confidence; theirs is only growing. It's been obvious over their last 10 game...