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JNGD 20 Instant Recap: Singing The Blues In Nashville

That didn’t go well.

Winnipeg in the first and third periods looked ok, but a disastrous second period where the Predators scored four goals set the Jets fate in this one as they dropped a 5-3 loss in Nashville.

The story of the game – at least in the middle frame – was the Jets repeated inability to properly exit out of the defensive zone which created turnovers and left Connor Hellebuyck high and dry multiple times.

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Leave your thoughts on tonight’s games in the comments below. Is this a blip on the radar screen, or is this an omen of bad things to come going forward? Who were the bright spots for the Jets (have a feeling a lot of people will go with just Perreault) and who had an overly rough night (pretty much everyone else right?)



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Stats & Charts courtesy of Corsica.Hockey

Matchups are limited to 5-on-5 situations. Tile size is scaled by Time On Ice and colour is scaled by adjusted Expected Goals differential. Blue represents a home team advantage and red represents a road team advantage.


For Winnipeg: Matthieu Perreault – 2 goals, put him on any line you’d like and he’ll continue to produce points.

For Nashville: Ryan Johansen – A goal that broke the Jets spirit in the game and an assist added for good measure.

  • Struggling_A_Lot

    I’d give Myers a thumbs up for last night as well. His speed was definitely on display last night. Schiefele had a really bad night. Just brain farts all over the ice