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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.

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?)




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