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Game 72: Jets 2 Coyotes 1 post-game recap

Post-game recap and interviews with Jets players as well as head coach Rick Bowness.

The Jets hold on for the 2-1 win over the Coyotes for their one-game homestand as they pick up an important two points in their quest for a playoff spot.

For those who would like to take a deeper dive into the advanced stats click here to see the results from the game via Natural Stat Trick.


Dylan Samberg blocked a shot in morning skate and didn’t take warm-up. Instead Kyle Capobianco drew in for the game against his former club.

Nino Niederreiter hitting all the milestones with Winnipeg since being traded to the Jets. He had already achieved his 200th NHL goal, 200th NHL assist and 400th NHL point and this evening he played in his 800th NHL game. The crowd gave him a warm Winnipeg cheers for this accomplishment.

The Jets 2.0 have now played more regular season games than the Thrashers playing game 903 this evening. Atlanta had the Thrashers for 11 seasons but lost one due to a lockout. Winnipeg has had the Jets for 12 seasons but one was cut short due to lockout, two due to pandemic. Been a bit more success in the ‘Peg on the ice.

Winnipeg needed to score first and that’s just what they did courtesy of Nikolaj Ehlers with good anticipation to steal a puck, go in on a breakaway and put home his own rebound.

Adam Lowry continues to be a shorthanded specialist as he scored his 10th ever shorthanded goal and his 10th goal of the season.

Jets got outworked in the middle frame getting outshot 18-3.

While the power play remains powerless (0/6 tnt) the home team did control the final frame.

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The Jets are scheduled to practice tomorrow at 11 AM before they take off on their California road trip. Start your day with the Morning Papers which will go live at 7 am tomorrow on and then check back for the Practice Report.

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