The Winnipeg Jets road trip was full of troubling numbers.

A popular digit of discussion was the wind chill back home in Manitoba, a number so low it was always greeted by blank stares from Floridians who simply couldn't comprehend it.

Speaking of incomprehensible figures, how does 52.9 grab you — as in the percentage of power plays the Jets killed off during their four-day journey to the home rinks of Montreal, Florida and Tampa? The Jets, who flew home Saturday with a 3-4-1 record overall, allowed a whopping eight goals on 17 power-play opportunities against, and three of them were in 5-on-3 situations.

Winnipeg hasn't been that horrendous at killing penalties since it surrendered six over a two-game span in November 2011. It has also been that long since it gave its opponents 12 power-play chances over two games.

The fact the Jets are so undisciplined is more alarming stat than the number of goals they're allowing while shorthanded. They are, after all, without their top penalty-killing defenceman in Zach Bogosian, who is out until at least mid-February following off-season wrist surgery. The Jets had Thursday's game in Florida locked up twice in the third period, but two veterans — Alexei Ponikarovsky and Olli Jokinen — took unnecessary and lazy tripping penalties.