Found April 21, 2013 on
The first goal and the fourth goal allowed by the Winnipeg Jets were preventable. Take those two out and perhaps the Jets win a 3-2 or 4-2 instead of falling to the Islanders 5-4 in OT. Two defensive breakdown where a player was left wide open cost the Jets the game and that's what fans should take away from it, at least those looking to understand why the Jets could not continue their winning...
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According to Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun, Islanders forward Kyle Okposo's shoulder to head hit on Winnipeg Jets defenseman Zach Bogosian was reviewed by the NHL's Department of Player Safety and there will be no supplemental discipline. Nor should there be, in my opinion. It's doesn't look like Okposo targeted Bogosian's head.
There is also some question...
Here is the hit that got some discussion on twitter this afternoon. New York Islanders forward Kyle Okposo hit Jets defenseman Zach Bogosian with a high hit in the head area. No penalty was called on the play and obviously, there could have been a penalty.
#Isles RW Kyle Okposo with a high hit on #NHLJets D Zach Bogosian. Shoulder to head, but it was not called by folks...