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Stastin scores in 1st minute of OT, Jets beats Canadians 2-1

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) – Paul Stastin scored in the first minute of extra time on Saturday night against Winnipeg 2. Celebrating a 1: 1 victory over Montreal Canadiens, the Jets won four games.

“I think overtime work is deceptive, especially three to three, that’s right. “So you can just go out there and play aggressively.”

Nikolai Ehlers also scored a goal for Winnipeg, despite a 41-21 advantage. Conor Helebuk made 40 saves.

“It simply came to our notice then. I thought the guys in front of me blocked a lot of key shots tonight, they were really in control of where the shots were coming from. Not only that, but we also controlled the strikes. “I think the defense of the whole team yesterday was very strong in the middle of us,” said Helebuk.

Nick Suzuki scored a goal for Montreal. Ake Yak Allen made 19 saves in defeat.

Montreal’s unbeaten streak is now five games. The series includes aircraft loss losses. “Montreal” 3 on Thursday night. Gained a 1-on-1 advantage over Winnipeg, while the ETS sent 5 unanswered goals on the way to a 6-3 victory.

Despite the loss, Suzuki said that coach Dominique Ducharman told the team that they were going in the right direction, that they deserved better on Saturday night.

“I thought we had a great game. He fired them a lot, he had a lot of chances. He just did not come out on the right side of the sign, “Suzuki said.

While the teams played an invulnerable draw in the first half, Montreal doubled the total number of shots by Winnipeg – 14. Gaining an advantage of 7 points.

Both teams were penalized until the second half, when each had a pair of minors, and fff Petri was serving time for two Montreal fouls.

While Petri was in the penalty area for his second penalty, Ehlers opened the scoring through a power play. Aircraft striker Andrew Cope won in the offensive zone. Ehlers finished his 11th season of the season with Allen.

About five minutes later, Suzuki responded to its fifth of the season. The goal did not help.

“It was one of those goals that you could do 100 to 99 times (that time) that it would not go through. I caught someone who seems to be the topic this year. ” Helebuk said.

The Canadians were stuck in the deadlock in the third, but most of the pressure was from Montreal. The Canadians outscored the planes in each period, including the third, when they won 14-2.

When the game was over, Stastney took just 36 seconds for Alan to reach the top and beat the planes. Ehlers hit the net, which was trembling towards the goal line after it defeated Allen and Stastn pushed it inside.

ABOVE

Canadiens. Ottawa hosts Tuesday night.

Planes. Visit Vancouver Monday և Tuesday evening.

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