WINNIPEG - The Minnesota Wild overcame a loaded Winnipeg lineup to beat the Jets 4-1 without their stars in pre-season action Thursday.
Bryan Little had Winnipeg's only goal.
It was a preview of what the Jets can expect in their new Central Division, which includes Minnesota, Chicago, St. Louis, Nashville and Dallas.
The tone was set early when Dumba scored on a loose puck that floated in and out of a scramble in front of the Winnipeg net past a sprawled Al Montoya.
The Jets had trouble getting shots off in the first period and went 0 for 3 on the power play.
But the second period was even less successful for the Jets, who gave up two quick goals just 16 seconds apart.
It started with a two-on-one that led to a give and go between Coyle and Dany Heatley, cashed in by Coyle, then another from Foucault on one more rush the Jets were unable to stop.
Winnipeg's power play was a flop, even though the Wild provided plenty of chances, including four minutes straight in the third with back-to-back cross-checking and high-sticking penalties for Dumba and Kyle Medvec.
On their last power play of the game the Jets pulled Montoya but even six-on-four didn't work with Kampfer flipping one down the ice to make it 4-1 at 18:55.
Darcy Kuemper took over in the Minnesota net in the third.