LOS ANGELES – Go ahead and call the Winnipeg Jets opportunistic if you like. The shoe most definitely fit on Wednesday, when they used goals in the final minute of both the first and second periods to earn a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at Staples Center. With the win, the Jets improved to 13-5-3 on the season and are 1-1 on this four-game road trip, which continues on Friday with a matinee game against the Anaheim Ducks.
LOS ANGELES – That sound you hear is pride. There was a special tone in the voice of both the son and the father as the Lowry family prepared for what figured to be a moment they would not soon forget. On one side of the ice was Adam, a fifth-year pro who has carved out a solid role for himself as a checking-line centre with the Winnipeg Jets. Behind the other bench stood Dave, a longtime NHLer who currently serves as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Kings on the staff of John Stevens.
LOS ANGELES – Steve Mason makes his first start in five games as the Winnipeg Jets attempt to bounce back from a 5-3 loss to the Nashville Predators. Mason is coming off one of his strongest showings of the season, a 29-save effort in a victory over the Arizona Coyotes, as the Jets continue a four-game road trip against the Los Angeles Kings. “We’ve liked the way (Mason) has trended. He deserved to get back in after his last game,” said Jets head coach Paul Maurice.
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Selecting a term
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