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Colorado Avalanche 3 Winnipeg Jets 2 OT (Jets 30-28-7, Road 15-15-3) – It was the third time in four games this season the Jets and Avs needed extra time to decide a game. It was also the Jets fourth game in the last seven to go to overtime. The Jets sit four points behind Dallas for the final playoff spot. The Stars have two games in hand with a home and home series remaining on the schedule. It was the Jets 37th one-goal game of the season. The Jets have now gone four straight games without a win. The Jets now return home for three – Wednesday Vancouver (TSN, TSN 1290), New York Rangers Friday (TSN Jets, TSN 1290) and Sunday against the Stars (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). The story of the first period and the game for that matter, was the Jets penalty kill. The Jets were nailed with four minors in the first and killed them all. Al Montoya was solid in nets and the Jets penalty killers were aggressive, strong on pucks and used their speed to keep Colorado from getting set up. On the other side of the leger, Jim Slater on a breakaway drew a penalty shot only to be stopped by Semyon Varlamov. Shots in the first were 11-9 Colorado. Colorado opened the scoring at the 4:38 mark of the second as a John Mitchell pass intended for Nathan MacKinnon went off the stick of Zach Bogosian and in. The goal was initially given to MacKinnon but later changed. It stayed that way until a flurry of goals late in the period. Dustin Byfuglien on the only power play the Jets would get in the game, tied the score at one. It was his 15th of the year and sixth power play goal of the year.? He was in front of the Avs net and put home a rebound. The Jets have scored 32 power play goals. Byfuglien has been in on 22 of them. Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little drew assists, both recording their 51st points of the year. One minute, 48 seconds later Byfuglien would bank one in off Varlamov, his 16th of the year, to give the Jets the lead. Michael Frolik and Little drew assists, and with his 52nd point of the year Little sets a new single season high for points. He also moves a point ahead of Wheeler for the team scoring lead. Byfuglien has now scored the teams last three goals and has back-to-back two point games. It appeared as though the Jets would take the one goal lead into the dressing room, but with 12 seconds left in the period Andre Benoit scored off a face-off win by Mitchell to tie the game. Shots in the second were 15-12 Jets. No scoring in the third, but the Jets killed off two more penalties, ending the night six-for-six, allowing only a total of seven shots against while down a man. Going back to the game in Montreal, the Jets are now on a road run of killing 30 straight penalties.? Their road PK is number one in the NHL. Shots in the third were 10-9 Jets. Just like in regulation both teams had chances in overtime before Matt Duchene ended it with his 21st of the year at 2:33. With the goal Duchene extends his point streak to a career high eight games. Shots for the game were 35-34 Jets. The Jets created a lot of scoring chances using their speed to attack the Avalanche zone, but in the end the goal late in the second was costly. The Jets lost forward John Albert in the second with an upper body injury. Not dressed for the Jets were Paul Postma, Matt Halischuk, James Wright, Chris Thorburn, Grant Clitsome and Mark Sheifele, the last four because of injury. Bogosian led the Jets in ice time with 27 minutes, Little led the way in shots on goal with seven (a season high and ties a career single game high)? and won 15 of 23 face-offs. Jim Slater had a season high 14:54 in ice time and had five shots on goal. Mark Stuart and Evander Kane each had five hits, while Stuart led the way in penalty killing time at six minutes. It was Andrew Ladds 598th NHL game. For Coach Paul Maurice the special team totals were a bit of a concern, as the Avalanche were given six power plays to the Jets one. “Our penalty kill was outstanding and our power play was 100 percent,” Maurice said. “Three power play goals in two games. As for the rest of it, it was a hard fought game. We had some back luck in front of the net. But not a lot of complaints. We didnt give up a whole lot.” On the play of Byfuglien: “He was outstanding. He rested in the first because we couldnt get him on the ice because of all the penalties, after that he was our best player.” As for interference on the goal late in the second: “That is what I was screaming about.” ?Maurice juggled his lines with Frolik back with Little and Ladd, Slater between Wheeler and Byfuglien. “After the first couple of shifts Jim Slater was really strong, I liked that group,” he said. Shoes Black Friday Deals 2020 . 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According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, the Maple Leafs have trade offers on the table for the 26-year-old, but none have been deemed acceptable by the team.Lexington, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - Kentuckys next big test was supposed to come this weekend against a national powerhouse, not during a midweek game against an Ivy League school missing its best player. But there were John Caliparis top-ranked Wildcats, yet to score a point after five minutes against Columbia. There they were, trailing at halftime. And there they were, after 26 minutes, still yet to hold a lead. Aaron Harrison scored 14 points and Kentucky finally pulled away in the last 10 1/2 minutes on Wednesday night to avoid what would have been a crushing upset ahead of Saturdays game against No. 21 North Carolina. The Wildcats beat the Lions 56-46 in the first meeting between the teams since the 1966 NCAA tournament. They trailed 11-0 in the first half, 25-23 at halftime and didnt take their first lead until there was 13:18 left in the game. The 10-point win was Kentuckys smallest margin of victory this season, but it wasnt the first time the Wildcats (10-0) underperformed against a seemingly inferior foe. They shook off a 38-33 deficit to Buffalo on Nov. 16 and beat the Bulls 71-52, then went on to rout Kansas by 32 points two days later. Willie Cauley-Stein had 10 points and 10 rebounds against Columbia, most of it in the second half, but no other Wildcats player scored in double digits. Maodo Lo scored 16 to lead Columbia (5-3), hitting several key 3-pointers in the first half. It was Columbias first game against a top-ranked team since losing to Indiana at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 26, 1975. The last Lions victory over a ranked opponent technically came in 1994 after No. 14 Cal was forced to forfeit a game over an ineligible player. But Columbia hasnt beaten a ranked opponent on the scoreboard since topping No. 19 Rutgers on Dec.dddddddddddd 2, 1976. More recently, the Lions lost on the road to a No. 2-ranked Michigan State 63-52 on Nov. 15 last season. Their first-ever game at Rupp Arena started with an improbable 11-0 run as the Wildcats, who had trailed for just 36 minutes all season, missed their first seven shots and the Lions made four of their first six. Calipari subbed out his five starters 2 1/2 into the game and Harrison, after checking back in, ended the field goal drought with a layup just over five minutes into the game. Later, a 7-0 Kentucky run was stopped by Los 3-pointer, which gave the Lions a 20-14 lead. Columbia made its run against the top-ranked Wildcats despite playing without star forward Alex Rosenberg, who led the Lions in scoring last season but withdrew from school last month because of a broken foot in order to protect his fourth year of eligibility in the Ivy League. Lo made Columbias fifth 3-pointer of the first half from the left corner with under a minute to play. The Lions didnt trail until Derek Willis free throws gave Kentucky a 36-34 lead. The Wildcats didnt begin pulling away until a 6-0 run capped by Cauley- Steins alley-oop dunk off a pass from Andrew Harrison made it 44-37 with 10 minutes left. Kentuckys lead reached 15 after that. It ended the game shooting under 37 percent, including 2-for 17 on 3-pointers. Game Notes Kentucky continued its best start since going 19-0 to begin the 2009-10 season ... In the only other meeting between the teams, Kentucky beat Columbia in the first round of the NCAA tournament at Madison Square Garden on March 18, 1948, on the way to its first national title ... Columbia fell to 6-43 against ranked teams. ' ' '

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