The Winnipeg Jets' power play has cost them plenty of games this season. But on Friday night, it came through in the clutch, scoring twice to snap a 1-1 tie in what turned into a 5-2 win for the Jets over the Florida Panthers. With Dmitry Kulikov in the box for interference, Marcel Goc joined him after getting his stick up in the face of Bryan Little, giving the Jets a two-man advantage for one minute and 36 seconds. Toby Enstrom was the first to strike, blasting home a slapper from the left point at 15:25. Just 32 seconds later, Blake Wheeler tipped home a Zach Bogosian one-timer to give the Jets a two-goal lead.
Jets power play kicks into gear
Winnipeg Sun | Dec 21