The Winnipeg Jets conclude a four-game road trip tonight against the San Jose Sharks...After losing 5-3 to the Nashville Predators to start the trip, the Jets have beaten the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 and Anaheim Ducks 4-1...The Jets return to Winnipeg after tonight's game to host the Minnesota Wild on Monday before visiting the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday.
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All They Do Is Win, Win, Win
Since Nov. 2, the Jets and their AHL affiliate, the Manitoba Moose, have made the hands go up in Winnipeg by going a combined 17-3-1...The Jets are 8-2-1 since Nov. 2, which is the second-best record in the NHL...The Jets have won six of their last seven games and can go on their fourth winning streak of at least three games with a victory tonight...The Moose are 9-1-0 since Nov. 2 and are riding a five-game winning streak...Neither team has lost in regulation at Bell MTS Place since the Jets fell 5-2 to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Oct. 17...Since then, the two clubs are 11-0-3 on home ice.
Win No. 15
A win tonight would give the Jets their 15th win of the season...To do it in 23 games would be a team record.
Let the Good Times (Continue) to Roll
Dating back to Mar. 13/17 of last season, the Jets are 24-7-4, which is the third-best record in the NHL in the time frame...The Jets have earned 52 of the possible 70 points in the 35 games for a .743 points percentage...Winnipeg's seven regulation losses are tied for the fewest since then...The Jets have lost back-to-back games just twice in the 34 games - Mar. 23/17 at LAK and Mar. 24 at ANA; Oct. 4 vs. TOR and Oct. 7 at CGY...Winnipeg's success has largely been buoyed by a 11.4% shooting percentage, which is 0.4% behind the leading Vegas Golden Knights in that span...After dropping their first two games of this season, the Jets have the second-best record in the NHL since Oct. 8/17 at 14-3-3, collecting 31 of 40 points.
This weekend is the third back-to-back set for the Jets this season...Winnipeg plays nine back-to-backs this season, which is the least number of back-to-backs in the NHL this season...The Jets are 1-1-1 in the first game of back-to-backs and 1-0-1 in the second game...Last season the Jets had 13 back-to-back sets, going 6-6-1 in the first game and 6-5-2 in the second game for an overall record 12-11-3.
Against the Pacific
The Jets continue a stretch of seeing a Pacific Division opponent in six of nine games this weekend in California...Winnipeg is 6-2-0 against the Pacific Division this season, with both of their losses coming on the road...The Jets were 7-13-1 against the Pacific last season, which marked their first losing record against the Pacific since realignment for the 2013-14 season.
The Jets went 2-for-3 on the power play yesterday against Anaheim, marking the ninth time in their last 11 games they scored a power play goal, even as they didn't have a power play opportunity against the New Jersey Devils last Saturday...The Jets are 36.1% (13-for-36) on the power play in November, which is second in the NHL...Winnipeg's 13 power play goals this month are the most in the NHL.
The Jets had three players post multiple points yesterday against Anaheim, led by Nikolaj Ehlers' two goal and one assist afternoon...Bryan Little had a goal and two assists for his first three-point game of the year, while Tyler Myers had two assists...Ehlers ended an eight-game goalless drought with his two first period markers...He's scored five of his 10 goals in two games, as he had a hat trick Oct. 9 at EDM.
Goaltender Steve Mason is expected to get his seventh start of the season tonight...In his last four games, which includes three starts, he's stopped 107 of 111 shots for a .964 save percentage and 1.19 goals-against average...He's allowed just one goal in regulation in each of his last three starts.