Found February 11, 2012 on
Malkin had five points this afternoon, but none of them prettier than this move on Jets goalie Ondrej Pavlec
Malkin blew past Dustin Byfuglien, showed incredible strength all the while deking Pavlec. Malkin leads the NHL with 67 points.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Winnipeg Jets have activated center Tim Stapleton off injured reserve.
After 40-some minutes of hockey, I was feeling like I had seen this Washington Capitals/Winnipeg Jets game before. This game appeared to be headed in the same direction as so many as of late this year – lackluster offense from the Jets, with Ondrej Pavelec’s goaltending keeping the game close before an inevitable loss. When the Capitals scored two quick goals, it seemed my suspicions...
With a potent fore check and an early two goals to go up 2-0 over the Penguins the Winnipeg Jets looked like a team determined to put to the goal-scoring controversy to rest. By scoring 5 goals, the most since a 5-3 win at home over Anaheim on Dec 17th, the Jets bucked the 2 goals per game trend they have been mired for most of 2012. They also gave up 8 goals after taking the lead making man...
Tim Stapleton, Kyle Wellwood, and the Penguins’ Jordan Staal all drew back in to their respective lineups on Saturday afternoon, and each factored into the scoresheet. Having said that, it wasn’t hard to pick up a goal or assist in this game, as the Winnipeg Jets fell 8-5 to the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Consol Energy Center.
Evgeni Malkin had five points as Ondrej Pavelec...
And who said scoring in the NHL was down?
The Pens banked a much needed two points with a wild 8-5 victory over the Jets. Evgeni Malkin continued his unrealistic season with another five point effort. Chris Kunitz added 4 points.
Being more happy about getting the two points than watching the Pens poor defensive effort is okay for now. An afternoon game...
Winnipeg is a hockey-loving city and home to the Winnipeg Jets of the NHL.
PENGUINS (30-19-5) vs. JETS (26-24-6)
WHEN: Feb. 11, 2012 - 2:00 pm | WHERE: CONSOL Energy Centerâ¨
WATCH: ROOT SPORTS | LISTEN: Penguins 24/7 Radio, 105.9 FM
The Winnipeg Jets stole two points...
A broken-stick penalty, a six-on-three goal and a once-in-a-season kind of deflection. Those are the events that led the Washington Capitals into overtime and then a shootout and eventually a loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night. Bad bounces? Sure. "Unfortunately, there was a blocked shot and then a ...
Who: Pittsburgh Penguins (30-19-5) vs. Winnipeg Jets (26-24-6) Where: Consol Energy Center When: 2:00 PM EST Channels: CBC, NHLN-US, ROOT Sports Jordan Staal expects to play in this one! Pens are getting healthy, just in time to make a run at a decent playoff spot. It’s amazing that after the run they had they currently [...]