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Canucks' Markstrom makes barehanded save

Vancouver goalie loses glove, but not puck, in middle of scrum @NHL

Markstrom's barehanded save

WPG@VAN: Markstrom uses his bare hand to deny goal

3/14/16: After losing his blocker and stick in traffic, Jacob Markstrom reaches back to grab the trickling puck with his bare hand for the save

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Vancouver Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom had to be resourceful after losing his blocker and stick during the second period against the Winnipeg Jets on Monday.

Markstrom lost some of his equipment during a scrum in front of the net as a shot by Jets forward Alexander Burmistrov trickled into the crease, but the Canucks goalie lunged for the puck with his bare hand and covered it up.  

Markstrom made 24 saves in a 5-2 loss to Winnipeg at Rogers Arena.

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game recap

Dano, Jets defeat Canucks

Forward has first multi-goal game for Winnipeg

by Kevin Woodley / Correspondent

Dano's great redirection

WPG@VAN: Dano deflects home the opening goal

3/14/16: Marko Dano heads to the front of the net and redirects Tyler Myers' feed over the glove of Jacob Markstrom, giving the Jets a 1-0 lead

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VANCOUVER -- Marko Dano is finally feeling comfortable with the Winnipeg Jets and making the most out of an opportunity to be a top-six forward.

Dano had two goals and an assist in the Jets' 5-2 victory against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena on Monday.

"I'm getting more comfortable with every game, every shift," said Dano, who came to the Jets as part of the Feb. 25 trade that sent Andrew Ladd to the Chicago Blackhawks. "Trying to get the chemistry going, that's key for a new guy in the room."

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game preview

Jets' Byfuglien game-time decision against Canucks

Jacob Trouba could see time on Winnipeg's top pair

by Kevin Woodley / Correspondent

JETS (28-35-5) at CANUCKS (27-28-12)

TV: 10 p.m. ET; TSN3, SNP, NHL.TV

VANCOUVER -- The Winnipeg Jets may be without top defenseman Dustin Byfuglien against the Vancouver Canucks on Monday.

Byfuglien, who leads the Jets in ice time with an average of 24:50 per game and is third in scoring with 44 points, is a game-time decision against the Canucks.

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