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By the Numbers: Year in Review

by Zach Peters / Winnipeg Jets

The 2014 - 15 season was one to remember for the Winnipeg Jets. Here's a look, by the numbers, at what made this season so great.


The Jets set a franchise record, earning 99 points during the 2014-15 regular season. They also tied a franchise record with 43 wins.


The Jets made the playoffs for the first time since the team relocated to Winnipeg.


Blake Wheeler's +26 rating for the regular season not only led all Jets skaters, but also set a franchise record. Wheeler also led the team in shots (244), goals (26), and shorthanded goals (4).


The Jets tied the New York Islanders for the league lead with 10 shorthanded goals on the year. The team also tied Anaheim for the league lead by scoring seven of those goals on the road.


Three Jets -- Mark Scheifele, Michael Frolik and Jim Slater -- played in all 86 games this season (regular season and playoffs).


Captain Andrew Ladd led the team with 62 points on the season.


Dustin Byfuglien loves playing at home. He led the team in goals scored at home, potting 16 of his 18 total goals this year at the MTS Centre.


Adam Lowry led all Jets in hits this season. His 256 hits put him second among all NHL rookies.


Defenceman Mark Stuart blocked 142 shots during the regular season, which led all Jets skaters.


On Apr. 9 in Colorado, Head Coach Paul Maurice coached his 1,200th career NHL game.


Coach Maurice hit another milestone on back on Jan. 13, as he became the second youngest coach in NHL history to win 500 games. The only coach to have reached 500 wins at a younger age? Scotty Bowman.


Drew Stafford had a nine-game point streak from Mar. 12-29, 2015. His streak, which included four goals and seven assists, is the longest point streak by a Jet since the team arrived in Winnipeg.


Dustin Byfuglien was on the ice during the power play this season more than any other Jet. He recorded 256 minutes and 21 seconds of ice time when the Jets had the extra skater. He recorded 17 points on the PP (5G, 12A).

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