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The Maple Leafs for the second Saturday in a row mounted a furious comeback to gain a valuable point in the standings, but their inability to play competent defensively for an entire game cost them a win, as Zach Bogosianâs shootout goal gave the Winnipeg Jets a 5-4 victory at a sold out Air Canada Center.
Toronto played with energy and physicality most of the night, but all of that was undon...
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This was a pretty interesting series of events. Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Korbinian Holzer and Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane were pushing and shoving in the corner and it looked like that they might fight. Kane knew Holzer was bigger than him and declined Holzer’s attempt to fight. Holzer had already thrown his gloves off and started to awkwardly pick his equipment...
The Winnipeg Jets are hosted by the Leafs tonight in Toronto on HNIC. ITâs a game that should have a playoff feel to it- much like the one on Tuesday in Winnipeg.
The Leafs are on a 4 game skid and Jets are now building their own streak with 2 solid wins, 5-2 over the Leafs and 3-1 over the Rangers. With the most consistent play seen this season from the Jets it might be...
After Colton Orr (6’3″ 222 lbs) and Chris Thorburn (6’3″ 210 lbs) mixed it up during the Toronto Maple Leafs-Winnipeg Jets game on March 12th, they went for round 2 on Saturday night. Unfortunately for Thorburn, like round 1, Colton Orr tuned him up. The best punch was thrown at about the 36 second mark by Orr. He worked his arm inside and Thorburn could do nothing...
The last time these clubs met, the Winnipeg Jets ended the Ottawa Senators' six-game home points streak.
The Southeast Division-leading Jets can do that again.
Winnipeg will also go for its first seven-game points streak in six seasons on Sunday when it faces a Senators club that could tie a league record for consecutive one-goal games.
After the visiting Senators (14-8-6...
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It took both the Winnipeg Jets and Ottawa Senators extra-time on Saturday to best the opposition. Now, they'll turn and face one another in a Sunday afternoon affair as their collective chase for a playoff berth continues.
Winnipeg's coming off a wild shootout victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Hockey Night in Canada,...
Zach Bogosian scored in the 10th round of the shootout to give the Winnipeg Jets a 5-4 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday.
Bogosian beat James Reimer, who replaced starter Ben Scrivens to start the third period, for Winnipeg's second goal of the shootout after Blake Wheeler scored to open the shootout.
Tyler Bozak had the lone shootout goal for Toronto.
from Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun,
“We have to learn how to win games in the third,” said Jets blue-liner Zach Bogosian. “We’ve just got to keep the pressure on. It’s something we’ve talked about, playing with the lead. You have to make sure you just keeping forward and we did a real good job of that.”
The Jets continue to work on raising their expectations...